Samsung was the first mobile phone manufacturer to commit the release of the Android 10 update by the end of 2019, but the company seems to be behind its plan. It has been a few weeks since Samsung started to roll out the One UI 2.0 beta version for Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices. Even the predecessor phones Galaxy S9 and Note 9 has received the OS update. Samsung has already released the schedule for the update for its Galaxy phones, but if you are waiting for the stable version of the latest Android, you have to wait till the next year. According to the official schedule, none of Samsung’s devices is getting the update before January 2020.
As per the schedule, the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 will get the stable Android 10 update by early next year. Give the pace of the updates on flagship smartphones, one can expect these devices before other devices. The update of Android could be phased and vary by the country. Samsung has a history of pushing updates at different times in different time zones. So, the company may release the update ahead of its schedule.
Other than the premium devices, the company has the plan to release the update for A-series smartphones. The company will release the Android 10 update for the Galaxy A7 (2018), Galaxy A9 (2018), Galaxy A50, and the Galaxy A70 in April 2020. By next may the Galaxy A20, A10, A30s, and A10s will receive the update. As per the schedule, the Galaxy Tab S6 is set to be updated by April 2020. This will be followed by the Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy Tab S4 10.5. The Galaxy J6 and Galaxy A20s will be the only two other smartphones to get the Android 10 update in the first half of 2020.