Android 10 Updates For T-Mobile’s Galaxy S10 And Note 10 Series May Be Closer Than You Think. The latest version of Android is available in its stable form (at least in theory). But as expected, only a total of nine devices, including a single non-Pixel model. It can get a sample of the first compilation of the Operating System without a name a dessert. Exactly, despite his best efforts, OnePlus failed to deliver the Android 10 update at the same time as Google. And with the exception of Xiaomi in China regarding a phone called Redmi K20 Pro. No other manufacturer could take this strange business out.
Now the race is underway so that brands can launch Android 10 products at the end of the year. And believe it or not, Samsung could be among the first companies to do so. Far from being the slowest OEM to update its flagships to the previous version of Android. Samsung has kept the owners of the Galaxy S9 waiting until the last days of 2018. Obviously, we are talking about “international” units in selected regions of Asia and Europe, as EE. The operators took another couple of months to optimize and stabilize their Android Pie updates.
T-Mobile is testing Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series
But apparently T-Mobile is already “testing” Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series, which means that the official “Un-carrier” versions could be just around the corner. Of course, this “test” phase could also continue for a while, but the important thing to keep in mind here is that the updates have already passed the “development” phase in which the manufacturer is still “working” on it.
Therefore, it is possible that Samsung’s work here is completely finished and now the ball is firmly in the field of the four major American operators. In that case, we could see Galaxy S10, S10 +, S10e, Note 10 and Note 10+ updated to Android 10 in a few weeks in the unlocked variants available on the European coasts, followed by the major promotions of the US operating system before the end of the fall.
Obviously, this is a rough guess and is combined with many illusions, so you may want to be cautious and skeptical about everything awaiting confirmation from Samsung and the major wireless service providers in the US.