Samsung has released a new update for the 2019 peak models Galaxy Note 10 and Note10 Plus. We’re looking at the details of the update.
While Samsung is bringing Android 11 updates to more models, it continues to release security-focused monthly updates. The February security software, which was recently distributed for the Galaxy S20 series, this time was released for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note10 Plus.
New update for Galaxy Note 10 series
According to the news on the SamMobile site, Galaxy Note10 and Note10 models are available for download in some countries in South Africa, Pakistan and the Middle East. We will inform you as soon as the update, which is not yet widely available in Europe, starts in our country. The latest update includes system improvements as well as the latest security patches and fixes that Google and Samsung have included in the system. If you wish, you can query for the update from the Settings menu on your Note 10 phone.
Galaxy Note10 series will continue to receive security updates for at least 1 more year. More importantly, both phones will receive the Android 12 update, according to Samsung’s latest update strategy. Samsung reported that it will offer three major Android updates to many phones in the summer of last year. While the Galaxy Note10 models have received two updates so far, they also have Android 12 ahead of them.
If we go back to the Android 11 update; Samsung will release Android 11 updates for many phones of the Galaxy A and Galaxy M series by the end of the year. Galaxy M21, Galaxy M30s, Galaxy M31, Galaxy M51, Galaxy Note10 Lite, Galaxy Tab S7 are among the models that will receive updates in March.