Verizon rolls out Android 10 for 5G variants of Galaxy Note10+ and S10

Sagar, 21 December 2019

Samsung was going to release the stable build of Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 and Note10 lineups starting next month, but the company surprised everyone by rolling out the update for S10 trio and the Note10 pair ahead of schedule.

The company recently said that it won't be able to release Android 10 for the 5G versions of Note10 duo this year, but US carrier Verizon has its own take on it and has already started rolling out the latest version of Android for the Note10+ 5G in the US.

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The new firmware, bearing version number N976VVRU2BSL7, comes with One UI 2.0 and brings in Live Transcribe, Smart Reply, improved Gestures and Camera UX, and Focus Mode to the smartphone. It also includes the latest Android security patch level dated December 1, 2019.

Verizon has also released Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 5G. The update sports version number G977UVRU3BSL2 and comes with the same set of new and improved features.

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You saying that it's not buggy now or when the release it to other market it will be stable let me tell you some no major update is stable not from android nor from apple they always have bugs so what does it matter if I get a buggy update today or n...

Because they dont wanna be as buggy. Whats the point of 20 updates i they worsen

  • Bos Lyf

My T-Mobile Note 10+ 5g came pre-installed with Android 10. No complaints here...