List Of Samsung Devices To Receive Android 10 Update Leaks

Samsung has a very poor track record when it comes to mid-tier or even low-tier smartphones, in terms of software updates. Google had already officially released Android 10 back in September but no Samsung phones at present run a stable build of the latest Android OS.

However, unlike last year, Samsung has started the beta program for One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 a month earlier and that’s truly an improvement over the past years. The Korean company is yet to announce the list of eligible devices for One UI 2.0 but thanks to Samsung Members App from Israel, we now know the brand’s Android 10 update schedule, as Sammobile points out.

 

According to a notice on Samsung Members App Israel, a total of 28 devices will be getting the One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10. But unfortunately, the rollout will only start from January 2020 with Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy Note 10 series, and Galaxy Note 9 series.

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Other mid-range smartphones under Galaxy A series, Galaxy J series, Galaxy Tabs, and the 2018 Galaxy S9 series are scheduled to receive the update from April 2020. Do note that these are early estimated periods and hence some of them could also receive the update earlier or maybe even later.

List of Samsung Eligible For One UI 2.0 Based On Android 10

Here is the completed list of 28 devices from Samsung that are eligible for One UI 2.0 updated based on Android 10.

  1. Galaxy S10+
  2. Galaxy S10
  3. Galaxy S10e
  4. Galaxy Note 10+
  5. Galaxy Note 10
  6. Galaxy Note 9
  7. Galaxy S9+
  8. Galaxy S9
  9. Galaxy Tab S6
  10. Galaxy Tab S5e
  11. Galaxy Tab S4 10.5
  12. Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  13. Galaxy Tab A 8 (2018)
  14. Galaxy Tab 10.5
  15. Galaxy A80
  16. Galaxy A70
  17. Galaxy A50
  18. Galaxy A30s
  19. Galaxy A30
  20. Galaxy A20s
  21. Galaxy A20
  22. Galaxy A10s
  23. Galaxy A10
  24. Galaxy A9 (2018)
  25. Galaxy A7 (2018)
  26. Galaxy J8
  27. Galaxy J6+
  28. Galaxy J6

There are still a good number of notable devices missing in this list like the iconic Galaxy Fold, Galaxy A50s, and a whole lot of Galaxy M series phones which yet to be mentioned here and are very deserving. We expect Samsung to release the complete list for different regions in the near future.

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