Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Galaxy Note 10 finally gets a new Android 10 beta update

Galaxy Note 10 finally gets a new Android 10 beta update

Hence, these devices won't be receiving the latest Android 10 upgrade. Unlike the Galaxy S10 lineup, the phablets seem unlikely to get their update ahead of the January 2020 schedule.

Samsung will release the Android 10 update for Galaxy S9, Note9 and higher devices in December and early 2020. There's also the December security patch tagging along here.

Samsung is reportedly working on "Lite" versions of its flagship Galaxy phones - Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite.

While March next year the introduction of the company in Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy Tab S5e, Galaxy J6+, Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy J8 and Galaxy On 8 in Android 10 operating system update will.

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The Galaxy Note 10 also comes with a dedicated pen accessory, which integrates with Microsoft apps such as OneNote and Outlook. It's 140MB in size, so it's a rather small package given that it's shipped to devices that are already running Android 10 beta builds.

Galaxy S8s Android 10 update will not receive the news, the owners of the S8 also caused disappointment. We can expect the stable update to eventually roll out more widely to other territories eventually although there's not a specific timeline given by Samsung for now. Samsung is yet to announce or even tease the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. After two major version updates, the phones can not have the new Android version.

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