Samsung is closing in on rolling out a stable build of Android 10 on the Galaxy S10 as the update has now been cleared on Wi-Fi Alliance.
We’re seeing the Wi-Fi authority giving a green flag to the Android 10 update for all the models (F/U/U1/W/etc.) of the Galaxy S10, including S10e (G970), S10 (G973), S10+ (G975) and S10 5G (G977). Most of the certifications are dated October 30th, as can be seen here, so we can expect the stable update to begin rolling out before the end of November.
The Android 10 update on the Galaxy S10 will roll out as One UI 2 which is currently on beta testing both globally and the United States. Since the One UI Beta 2 update released with November 2019 security patch, we can expect the upcoming stable update to feature the same.
Android 10 on the Galaxy S10 is set to bring a refreshed navigation system, new Digital Wellbeing features, notification suggestions, improved biometric options and more.
Here are some screenshots fo the Galaxy S10e’s Android 10 update being certified at Wi-Fi Alliance. And one of the Galaxy S10 5G. We are not adding screenshots for all the variants of the four Galaxy S10 handsets because of an obvious reason: it doesn’t make sense to add them all here.
Source: Wi-Fi Alliance