If you own a Samsung Galaxy S10 on any of these three major wireless carriers it’s a glorious day for you. Android 10, which is the newest and smartest innovation in the latest operating system from Google, is now coming out and ready to be downloaded on Galaxy S10 smartphones.
The news of the rollout hit the digital technology world and the social media wave and was confirmed by three out of the four largest wireless carriers.
We’ve seen and heard multiple reports about the rollout.
Although AT&T opted not to give any comments about it we are assuming they will join the action anytime soon as well.
Sprint confirmed Android 10 is rolling out to their Galaxy S10 and will soon roll out to the Note 10, Note 10 Plus, and S10 5G.
T-Mobile in its website support docs has implied the release of Android 10 on Galaxy S10 devices on December 15th.
Verizon as well has confirmed the availability of Android 10 updates in the settings of their Galaxy S10 phones.
Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy S10 Family is now glorified and enriched by the final and stable release of the One UI 2 based on Android 10. The new One UI 2 showcase a streamlined design that enables you to be up to date without the inconvenience of obstruction in what you’re busy doing.
Some of the highlights Android 10 has to offer are Live Captioning, Sound Amplifier, Smart Reply, Gesture Navigation (gestures are now quicker and more intuitive than ever), Family Link (manage apps and content restrictions and you can monitor where your kids are), Dark Mode, Privacy Controls, Location Controls, Focus Mode (lets you pause apps temporarily) and Security Updates.
Be ready for a 2GB+ download though.