After releasing the new operating system and the user interface in beta for Galaxy Note 10 and the smartphones from the Galaxy S10 series, the tech giant Samsung wants to do even more.
Some reports have shown a new firmware version – N960FXXU4ZSK2 – that will probably get to Note 9. The reports don’t say where they found the firmware, but it’s just in time for the release on the S9 series.
We have already heard that Samsung has been testing the update for the 2018 flagships, and now it looks like the release is going to be here sooner than expecting. The report talks about the beta version and how it could be announced in the next days. Apparently, it will become available through the Samsung Members app in the participating regions. After the company rolls out the beta version, they will probably release it for a limited number of fans, so you might need to pay attention to the news.
When will Britain get it? We don’t know. The beta for Samsung Galaxy S10 users is now available in the UK, before the official release, which is expected to make its appearance at the beginning of the year. Samsung has not confirmed the plan for all the devices which will get Android 10 and One UI, but we know for sure that Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 should get this year’s update soon.
Samsung has made a promise to its fans: two major OS updates on a device model, plus another year full of security patches updates. This means that any device that’s released before 2018 won’t probably receive Android 10.
These are the devices that will get Android 10: Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S10e, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G and Samsung Galaxy A9.