Samsung Android 10 update roadmap revealed for devices in the Philippines

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Following the release of a stable Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10, Samsung started to disclose details about its update roadmap. The company revealed its Android 10 update roadmap for Israel and followed up by detailing its schedule for the Chinese and Indian markets. Now, the company is sharing some light about its update schedule for Galaxy smartphones in the Philippines.

According to the report, Samsung will release Android 10 with One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy S10 trio in January 2020. If you have been following S10 news, you’ll know that the update is already rolling out. For that reason, we believe that it may reach some Filipino units sooner than what Samsung is saying.

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In February 2020, the South-Korean giant will seed Android 10 for a total of seven devices, which include the Galaxy S9, S9+, Note9, Note10, Note10+, A30, and M30. The report doesn’t give any specific order, but surely it will reach the Note 10 series first. The One UI 2.0 beta program is running smoothly in the premium phablet series. Once that all bugs are fixed, the Korean firm will deploy the stable update.

Samsung Android 10 Update Roadmap in the Philippines

DeviceMonth of release
Galaxy S10eJanuary 2020
Galaxy S10January 2020
Galaxy S10+January 2020
Galaxy M20January 2020
Galaxy S9February 2020
Galaxy S9+February 2020
Galaxy Note9February 2020
Galaxy A30February 2020
Galaxy M30February 2020
Galaxy Note10February 2020
Galaxy Note10+February 2020
Galaxy A50sApril 2020
Galaxy A70April 2020
Galaxy A9 (2018)April 2020
Galaxy A80April 2020
Galaxy Tab S6April 2020
Galaxy A6May 2020
Galaxy A6+May 2020
Galaxy A7 (2018)May 2020
Galaxy A10sMay 2020
Galaxy A30sMay 2020
Galaxy A50May 2020
Galaxy J6June 2020
Galaxy A10June 2020
Galaxy A20June 2020
Galaxy A20sJune 2020
Galaxy J6+July 2020
Galaxy J7 DuoJuly 2020
Galaxy J8July 2020
Galaxy Tab S5eJuly 2020
Galaxy Tab S4July 2020
Galaxy Tab AJuly 2020
Galaxy Tab A with S-PenAugust 2020
Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018)September 2020


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