Unless you own a Pixel, waiting for the latest Android release to hit your device can be excruciating, but anyone who picked up one of the latest flagship phones from Samsung this year won’t have to wait too much longer. On Tuesday, SamMobile reported that Google will have a beta for Android 10, and that the program will be announced toward the end of September. The first build will begin rolling out in the US and Europe in October.
We know that a wide variety of Samsung phones are slated to get Android 10 in the coming months, but the beta test should be available for Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10+ owners, as well as Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and Galaxy [...]
Android 10 launched earlier this month on Google’s Pixel devices and some other phones, but there’s been little news regarding other updates. Now, we’re getting some details regarding Samsung’s Android 10 beta program.
Did your phone get a day one update for Android 10? If you don’t have a Pixel or Essential Phone, probably not. Apparently, though, if you bought the newest Samsung smartphones from the past year, you might be able to get it fairly soon — that is, if you bought it from T-Mobile.
The carrier is now testing Android 10 software updates sent over by the manufacturers for the Galaxy S10, S10+, S10 5G, Note10, and Note10+ along with the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Read More
Shortly after the Galaxy S10 hit stores a few months ago, we learned that the phone featured the best possible OLED display available at the time. This was hardly a surprise considering that it’s Samsung that manufactures the OLED screens of its flagship phones — Samsung also makes OLED displays for all iPhone X models as well as the newest Pixel phones. But the company isn’t done improving the technology of its smartphones, with the new Galaxy Note 10 delivering an even better screen than the S10.