Samsung now rolling out Android 10 in the US ahead of schedule. Some US carriers seem to roll out Android 10 to the Samsung Galaxy S10 for users including T-Mobile and Sprint.
Reddit users and publishing reports confirm this is the week–Android 10 is heading to US users of Samsung. Previously, this update was announced in January with a roadmap, but it’s nice to see Samsung a few weeks ahead of their own schedule.
The early rollout also shows how much easier this year-over-year upgrade is released by Samsung. Looking back at Android Pie, the Galaxy S9 wasn’t updated until the end of January, much more than a month later due to the US release of Android 10.
To date, Samsung’s Android 10 launch in the US appears to be only for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e variants of T-Mobile and Sprint. The update appears to accompany the security patch in December and also weighs in at over 2 GB. As you would expect, this update is followed by One UI 2.0, which also upgrades the skin of Samsung and the improvements of Google for Android. The list includes gesture navigation, improvements to notification updates to the UI, and much more.
TELUS also rolling out the same Android 10 update to the Galaxy S10 series in Canada, particularly The Galaxy Note 10 is possibly not far behind either as its stable Android 10 update has also started to rolling out recently in some regions.