After being made available only to those who participated in the testing program, the stable version of Android 10 with One UI 2.0 has now started being made available to everyone with Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + running Android 9. The update is now available first for users in Germany.
Update has started to be made available to users in Germany who participated in the t …
Samsung's original roadmap said the update would start shipping on January 20, but it seems that the South Korean company was happy with the tests and opted to release the update first.
The update is nearly 2GB in size and also includes all fixes released for Android 9. For users in other regions, the update should start coming soon. Your device should display a notification as soon as the update is available.
Also remember to back up your Galaxy Note10 / Note10 + before you start the upgrade process.
Samsung has made multiple Beta releases of the update available in recent weeks to users who participated in the testing program, indicating that it was working to fix the last remaining bugs before it began rolling out the stable release.
Upgrading with Android 10 and One UI 2.0 for Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10 + brings news such as the Redesigned Camera app, new gesture navigation support, slow motion selfies, redesigned volume controls, in-app OneDirve integration Gallery, Camera app Pro mode enhancements, new Device Care interface, and more.