It is Late Better than Never, but this time Samsung managed to push updates a month before the schedule. The Korean giant kicks-off Android 10 based One UI 2.0 rollout for Galaxy Note10. The update is now rolling out for both the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+. It will gradually roll out to all the units within the next few weeks or months.
The update is currently available to the Galaxy Note 10 users in Germany who signed up for the beta program. It weighs around 145 MB and replaced the firmware version to N97*FXXU1BSL7. The November security patch is also a part of the recent update.
Before sending the stable Android 10 upgrade to the Galaxy Note 10 users, the company debugged the firmware with five beta builds. Upon making it bug-free, the stable build is being pushed to the beta testers to ensure any anomaly before sending out to the public.
The One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 packs various new enhancements and improvements. The luxuries of Android 10 will also be a part of the latest update. The interested users can manually check the update by getting in the Setttings>System update menu. There’s also an option to manually flash the build by downloading from the link below.
Additionally, Galaxy Note 10 was launched earlier this year with Exynos 9825/Snapdragon 855 coupled with 8GB RAM. The Galaxy Note 10 houses a 6.3-inch display sporting the resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels. In Optics, it features a triple rear camera module with 12MP+12MP+16MP sensors. On the front, there’s a 10MP sensor for selfies and video calling.