Samsung starts rolling out stable Android 10 on Galaxy S10+ in Europe

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Samsung starts rolling out Stable Android 10 update along with One UI 2 on its Galaxy S10+. Earlier this month Beta testers of Galaxy S10 series start getting the stable Android 10 Update. Telus the Candian service provider also announced that on their network stable Android 10 will start rolling out from 16th December 2019.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Android 10 update

Now talking about the European roll-out, currently, the update is live in countries like Slovakia, Greece, and the United Kingdom. Galaxy S10+ update is rolling out with firmware version G975FXXU3BSKO/G975FOXM3BSKO/G975FXXU3BSKL and it is about 1979MB in size.

Android 10 is the latest version of Android, All the major manufacturers are rolling out the update to there devices. Android 10 features the gesture navigations, improved Digital wellbeing, dark theme to the Android ecosystem,  Smart Reply, improved Privacy controls, and more.

The update will be packed with Samsung One UI 2 also, that introduces some notable visual tweaks such as dark mode with the enhanced image, text, and color adjustments, new layouts for titles and buttons for better use of screen space, and updated iconography.

Also Read: Theme Park is a new theme maker by Samsung for OneUI

As this is a large update, you should connect to a stable WiFi network to avoid data charges. The users who get the upadte can share their experiences. Stay connected for more news related to Android Devices.

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