If you happen to use a Samsung Galaxy S10 on Dash, T-Cell, or Verizon, you would possibly have the ability to obtain Android 10 to your system proper now.
9to5Google surfaced experiences on Reddit earlier right this moment that Android 10 was rolling out to Galaxy S10 telephones within the US, so we requested every of the large 4 wi-fi carriers if they may inform us extra about their plans for the rollout. They’re those who’ve the ultimate name to permit the software program replace to undergo on these telephones. Right here’s the state of the Android 10 rollout for Samsung Galaxy telephones on every service.
- AT&T: AT&T had no data to share.
- Dash: Dash confirmed to The Verge that Android 10 is rolling out to the Galaxy S10 right this moment and that Android 10 will roll out to the Word 10, Word 10 Plus, and S10 5G “quickly.”
- T-Cell: T-Cell didn’t reply, however a help doc on the corporate’s web site says Android 10 was launched to Galaxy S10 gadgets on December 15th.
- Verizon: Verizon confirmed to The Verge that Android 10 is obtainable for Galaxy S10 telephones beginning right this moment, although you may need to examine for the replace in your settings to get it manually (which is recommendation that will apply to Dash and T-Cell clients as properly).
And in one other Reddit thread, customers on Dash, T-Cell, Verizon, and Xfinity Cell have been reporting all through the day that they’ve the replace.
For many Android releases, customers on non-Google telephones typically have to attend for his or her carriers to carry the brand new Android software program to their gadgets. 2018’s Android Pie didn’t arrive on Samsung gadgets till this previous January, for instance, so it’s good to see Android 10 arrive a month prior to Android Pie did, by comparability. (Android 10 first rolled out for Google Pixel telephones within the US in early September.)
Along with the various new updates in Android 10, Samsung customers will even get a refreshed model of its One UI, dubbed One UI 2. My colleague Dieter Bohn discovered the unique One UI to be fairly good, and One UI 2 seems to have quite a bit small enhancements to make issues extra constant and environment friendly throughout the software program:
After you put in the replace, head over to the gestures part of settings to see how they work now in Android 10 — and the place you possibly can tweak them a bit in case you like. And as with every replace, there’s all the time the potential for bugs or UI weirdness, so in case you’re seeing one thing bizarre, examine the query and bugs thread on the Galaxy S10 subreddit.