Samsung Galaxy devices have started to get the Android 10 update and the rollout process is going on very smoothly. There are so many cool new features in the Android 10 Q operating system and it is also much different from the Google Pixel updates.
Samsung is also introducing the second version of One UI along with enhanced dark mode and other new features. Here is detailed information on the new features, a list of supported devices and release date for the Samsung Galaxy Android 10 update process.
Samsung Galaxy Android 10 Update New Features
Samsung Galaxy Android 10 update will look totally different from the one in Google Pixel devices due to the inclusion company’s user interface which has been updated to One UI 2.0 in Android Q version. Here are some of the new features Android 10 OS will bring in the Samsung Galaxy devices.
- Latest streamlined design
- Better Dark Mode
- Secure Biometrics
- Additional features One-handed Mode.
- Foldable Displays Support
- Smart Reply and Suggested Actions
- Gestural Navigation and Theme Controls
- Improved Wi-Fi
- Photos with Dynamic Depth
- Latest Audio and Video Codecs
- Enhanced Vulkan Graphics
- Neural Network APIs Support
List of Samsung Galaxy Devices Supporting Android 10 Update
- Galaxy S10, S10 5G, S10+, S10e
- Galaxy Note 10
- Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy S9, S9+
- Galaxy Note 9
- Galaxy A9, A7, A6, A6+ A80, A70, A50, A40, A30, A20, A20e, A10
- Galaxy J6, J6+, J8, J8+
- Galaxy M10, M20, M30
- Galaxy Tab S4, Tab S5e, Tab S6
- Galaxy Tab A 10.1, Tab A 10.5
When will Samsung Galaxy Devices Gets Android 10 Update?
Samsung has already started to roll out the Android 10 software update in its higher-end devices such as Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10 and more. It is also depending on the region and countries such as Germany, Ireland, India, United Kingdom, UAE, etc. have already gotten their first update.
Samsung is releasing stable version of Android 10 on S10 series in Europe.
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The beta Android 10 update is also rolling out in some regions and within the first few months of 2020, most of the Samsung Galaxy devices will get the Android 10 Q update.