Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have officially updated to Android 10 and One UI 2.0. Samsung has released the update for German users enrolled in the Beta program, which in the past few hours, has received a small OTA of just over 144MB which takes them from the ZSL7 version to the BSL7.
The firmware remains broadly what we saw in distribution just two days ago through Beta 5. The build number is in fact virtually unchanged. With the only difference found in the passage from the letter Z to the letter B, which indicates a stable release. So if you took part in the beta program by manually installing all the various updates, we invite you to head straight to the link placed in Source to download the last OTA that will definitely take you to the stable firmware.
The update is currently only available for those who were part of the One UI 2.0 beta program. It’s only going to be a matter of days now before the stable Android 10 update for the Galaxy Note 10 becomes available for all users across the globe.
For all the others, however, the appointment does not have a fixed date yet. But it is likely that within the next few hours. We will begin to see the appearance of the complete OTA. Even for all devices equipped with the latest stable firmware. So if you are one of the owners of a Galaxy Note 10 or a Note 10+. Which is the best smartphone from Samsung in 2019. You can start preparing for the release of the update.
This year, the Seoul-based company has made particularly fast updates compared to its traditional timing. And has updated its two top device families by the end of the year in which they were released. As the Galaxy S10 series has already enjoyed a few days of Android 10 and One UI 2.0. Now it’s the turn of the Notes.