In August 2019, Samsung added one more smartphone to the Galaxy A10 flagship— Galaxy A10s with Android 9 (pie). The phone features a 6.2-inch screen paired with up to 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. An octa-core processor-based Mediatek Helio P22 chipset powers the device under the hood. For shooting purposes, the phone houses a dual rear camera lead by a 13MP snapper and an 8MP front-facing sensor.
Note: this is a tracker update and will be updated with every build released for the device. Also, the updates below are placed in descending order (date-wise).
Galaxy A10s Updates Tracker
- [September 20, 2021]: Samsung is releasing the September 2021 security patch to the Galaxy A10s. The update is rolling out in Ecuador via the firmware version A107MUBU5CUH1. Besides, it also brings device stability and several general bug fixes.
- [July 8, 2021]: The Galaxy A10s is receiving the Android 11 update in Malaysia and Vietnam. The build arrives via firmware version A107FXXU8CUG1. Along with the current stable operating channel comes the July 2021 Android security patch. With several fixes and optimizations, the patch also addresses the much-reported Android-auto bug. Click here to read more.
- [June 18, 2020]: Samsung starts rolling out June 2020 security patch for Galaxy A10s in Malaysia. The update comes with the firmware version A107FXXU6BTF1. It brings bug fixes that were posted last month in Samsung & Google community forums, Security loophole fixes, and the latest security patch. As the old bugs were fixed, it will improve the overall stability and performance of the smartphone. Click here to read more.
To check the update manually, navigate to the Settings > Software updates > Check for Updates. Or else, you can wait until you get the update. Also, we suggest you switch to a WiFi network to avoid carrier data costs.