Samsung started beta testing One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 a couple of months back for its premium smartphones. Followed by that, the Galaxy S10 series has already received a stable update in most regions. And now, out of nowhere, the South Korean smartphone maker rolls out One UI 2.0 Android update 10 update with December 2019 security patch to the Galaxy M20 and the Galaxy M30 devices in India. The Android 10 stable update for the Samsung Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 is live with the December 2019 security patch, reports SamMobile.
With the sheer number of devices that the Korean firm launches each year, Samsung has many a time left its users complaining about updates. But things have been changing gradually since the past few years. The company started updating its budget smartphones and even provided necessary security patches on time. This finally led to the unexpected rollout of Android 10 (One UI 2.0) update for the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30.
The only Samsung phones received this update so far is the Galaxy S10 series. Even the Galaxy Note 10 series haven’t got the update but these budget smartphones have procured them. Interestingly, both of them were launched with Samsung Experience based on Android 8.1 Oreo but were later updated to Android Pie with One UI on board. That means this latest update could be the final major update to these phones which is not bad for a sub $200 smartphone.
To check whether your phone has received the update, go to Settings -> Software Update and tap on Download and install option if it has arrived.