The Samsung Galaxy S10 series that includes the S10e, S10, and the S10 Plus are the flagship phones for 2019. While Google Pixel phones received Android 10 much earlier, Samsung took its own time so as to make their custom skin named the One UI 2.0 perfect before rolling out their stable update. After a long wait, users in the USA and Canada on all major carriers can now enjoy the update which is now officially being rolled out.
In recent news, Samsung confirmed that they will roll out Android 10 to their flagship phones first and the update will begin from January 2020 onwards. The older phones like Galaxy S9 and A-series models among many others will eventually receive it throughout the year all the way until the month of June next year.
Much to the surprise of everyone, One UI 2.0 paired with Android 10 started rolling out in the first week of December in many countries including Brazil, India, many countries in Europe, much to the surprise of users in the USA. The wait has officially come to an end and users on different carriers are posting screenshots online to confirm it is indeed being made available for those living in the United States.
Major Carriers in USA Get Android 10 on S10 Phones
According to users, the update is available on T-Mobile. The software version varies based on the model you use as the S10e comes with code number G970USQU2CSKP and G973USQU2CSKP for S10 and G975USQU2CSKP for S10+. The update is rolling out also on users who use an S10 series phone on Magenta and Sprint mobile.
For those who are living in Canada, a Reddit post confirmed that Canadian cellular operators including Rogers and TELUS have started rolling out the stable One UI 2.0 update. There are a couple of reasons which is why users are super excited about this update.
You will be able to seamlessly use iOS-like gesture-based navigation by default instead of having to use third-party software programs. Similarly, the overall OS feels buttery smooth with better animations, improved Dark Mode that automatically implements it on most apps and a slew of other minor but useful upgrades.
The Galaxy S10+ and S10e will receive updates along with S10 in both the USA and Canada. If you haven’t received any notifications, you can wait for a day or two before manually searching for available updates on the Settings page on your Samsung Galaxy phone.