Samsung Israel’s Android 10 roadmap points to January release for Galaxy S10 and Note10

Enrique, 26 November 2019

Samsung’s roadmap has been revealed to customers in Israel via the Samsung Members app. The roadmap lists several Galaxy smartphones expected to receive the Samsung One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10. Both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note10 have ongoing Beta programs.

According to this roadmap, the Galaxy S10, Note10, and Note9 will receive the One UI 2.0 stable release in January while the Galaxy S9 will see it in April. Of course, this is according to Samsung Israel, whose roadmap may not necessarily line up with other major markets like the US and the UK.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10+ Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10+

Last month, Google listed manufacturers that would ship Android 10 updates by the end of the year. “Manufacturers such as ASUS, LG, Motorola, OPPO, Realme, Samsung, Sharp Sony, Transsion and Vivo have all committed to updating some of their devices to Android 10 by the end of the year.” It’s entirely possible that we may see Samsung devices get Android 10 before 2020, but it certainly won’t happen in Israel.

Most midrange devices are expected to get the update in April, as per the Israeli roadmap. The Galaxy A50 and A70 are the only two expected to see the update in April.

Samsung Israel’s Android 10 roadmap points to January release for Galaxy S10 and Note10 Via SamMobile

As Samsung Israel seems to be the first one, it shouldn’t be too long before another roadmap is posted for other markets where Samsung sells Galaxy phones.

Head to the link below to see the full roadmap for Israel.



Reader comments

  • Crash
  • 30 Nov 2019
  • Yde

Samsung's great

  • Marvin
  • 27 Nov 2019
  • mAM

And this is news because? It has always been like this. Current gen gets updated 3-6 month after Android release and previous gen gets it after 6-9 months

  • Anonymous
  • 27 Nov 2019
  • n2m

I've received the same Samsung Members message but mine says that Galaxy S9 and S9+ gets the update in January 2020, not April...

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