Every year Samsung unfailingly puts out a software release roadmaps for its entire smartphone lineup, and this year's detail when Android 10 is expected to hit eligible Samsung phones. Samsung India, Samsung Philippines, and Samsung China have also all released their update roadmaps, and all four of them have one thing in common: The Galaxy S10 phones will be the first to get the stable update, and they won't get it until January.More news: Incredibly grainy video surfaces of SpaceX Crew Dragon "anomaly"
South Korean tech giant Samsung is celebrating 10 years of the Galaxy devices and is giving a bunch of offers with Galaxy S10 and Note10 smartphones. However, its hardware is similar to the M30, so upgrading it shouldn't be a major task. Without Android 10 update, users will be missing out on a lot of cool features, such as dark mode, new gestures and more. It's 140MB in size, so it's a rather small package given that it's shipped to devices that are already running Android 10 beta builds. According to The Korea Times, the fingerprint sensors on the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices have encountered a critical security flaw a few weeks ago. Currently, the update has only been pushed out for the German region, with more to arrive in other regions soon after. You can also check when it will be available. If you are someone who is experiencing a problem with the latest update, then you are not alone.More news: Plane Carrying Newly-Wedded Couple Crashes
If you've been eagerly waiting for Android 10 update for your phone, some Samsung users might be out of luck.More news: Euro 2020 finals draw: Our group-by-group verdict and predictions
You can check out if Samsung has posted an Android 10 schedule by going into the Notices section of the Samsung Members app.