With its rollout of Android 10, Samsung is well ahead of what we expected, and today the update is starting to arrive in the US for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
It looks like some Samsung Galaxy Note 10 users on Verizon Wireless are having the Android 10 update on their handsets, reported by the folks over at Android Police today. The extent to which the update is rolling out is currently unclear, but posts on Reddit further confirm the launch for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samasung Galaxy Note 10 + based on Verizon.
If there’s anything to go on with the Samsung Galaxy S10 rollout, Android 10 is likely to land on more Samsung Galaxy Note 10 devices in the next couple of days, possibly early next week. At this point, we haven’t seen any AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint reports receiving the Android 10 update.
The Android 10 update from Samsung is not a huge upgrade, but it does offer some good changes. The list includes support for Google’s new Android gestures as well as an upgrade to the system of Samsung. One UI 2.0 also has some changes for the launch of the UI to enhance the experience. As more apps will support the feature in Android 10, dark mode is also enhanced
As other carriers and unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 models receive this update in the US, we will continually update this post.