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Android 10 update out for unlocked Galaxy S10 models in the US

Samsung has just released the stable Android 10 update for those who own an unlocked Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+ in the US. Last week, major carriers including T-Mobile and Verizon pushed out the update for their users, and the unlocked models are getting the same update just a week later. The build number for the Android 10 update is G97*U1UEU2CSKP.

With this update, you get all the Android 10 features, such as iPhone-like navigation gestures, in addition to One UI 2.0, which brings multiple improvements over One UI 1.1 and some very useful features. These include a screen recorder, an enhanced dark/Night mode that now darkens the wallpaper as well, improved facial recognition, enhanced camera Pro mode, and more.

The December security patch is included in the Android 10 update, which is a 2GB download and is rolling out over the air. You can download it on your Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ from the Software update menu of the phone’s Settings app. We have Android 10 firmware for these phones in our firmware archive as well. You can download and install firmware for your device using a Windows PC.

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