Either Project Treble is to be appreciated or Samsung’s change in software support policy. Whatever may be, the Korean Giant has done a great job with the Android 10 update for its devices. Especially during this eve when almost all other manufacturers have slow-down their support due to the novel COVID-19 outbreak all around the globe, Samsung seems to be not at all affected. At least that is what we can infer from the major updates Samsung has been pushing earlier this week.
Starting with the Galaxy A70s, A80 and in latest, the Galaxy A7 (2018) is the device to be blessed with the Android 10 update. As of now, the update has gone live for the A7 (2018) only in India with the version number A750FXXU4CTBC. What do the users get? Well, the update brings the usual Android 10 and One UI 2.0 features to the Galaxy A7 (2018), including but not limited to improved Dark Mode, multiple gesture options and more.
The OTA update is around 1350MB in size, so make sure you’ve reliable internet connectivity and the battery percentage is above 60% to be on a safer side. We’ve encountered no serious bugs or glitches after updating to the Android 10 on our A7 (2018). In case if you feel the device to be slower, we’d recommend optimizing your device using the App Booster from Galaxy Labs.
Last but not the least, for those who haven’t received the notification. You may check for the update manually by navigating to Settings -> Software update -> Download and install on your phone.