Samsung Galaxy S10 series Android 10 update now rolling out in India

Last month, Samsung had announced the Android 10 roadmap for its smartphones. The list revealed that the latest Android version rollout (for specific devices) will begin from January 2020. Now the South Korean brand has started rolling out the stable Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 series in India. Ahead of the rollout schedule, the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e have begun receiving the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 skinned on top. The Android 10 update is being released over-the-air (OTA) and will gradually reach all Galaxy S10 devices in the coming days. Users can manually check for the update on their smartphone by heading over to Settings -> Software update

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The Android 10 update brings a lot of new features on the Galaxy S10 series. As per Gadgets360, the build number of the update is G970FXXU3BSKO / G970FOXM3BSKO / G970FXXU3BSKL and it also brings the December Android security patch. The update size is 1975.20MB. The Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 brings a system-wide dark mode with the enhanced image, text and colour adjustments, updated icons, and new layouts for titles and buttons. There is also support for full-screen gesture navigations and smoother animations. The one-hand mode can be triggered by double-tapping the home button or swiping down in the middle to the bottom of the display. The latest Android version also introduces the Digital Wellbeing feature. 

Samsung has also added a trash feature for the Contacts and My Files apps that lets users recover deleted entries and files for up to 15 days before they are permanently removed. Also, there are now filters to find items quickly in the My Files app. You can also duplicate or move multiple files to different locations on your smartphone at the same time. The latest update replaces the SmartThings panel with Media and Devices. Lastly, you can expect the update to fix general bugs and provide enhanced performance. 

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