Samsung has been updating its smartphones and tablets with new security updates faster than other Android OEMs. Even before the month of June started, the company had released the June 2021 security patch to half a dozen devices. Today, the company has released the April 2021 security update to the two-year-old smartphone, the Galaxy A10e.
The Galaxy A10e has started getting a new software update in the US. The firmware version of the new software is A102USQSABUC1 for the unlocked and Xfinity Mobile versions of the Galaxy A10e, while the firmware version for the Tracfone variant of the phone is S102DLUDS8BUD2. Both firmware updates include the April 2021 security patch. Granted, it's not the June patch, but the phone is already two years old.
As per Samsung's documentation, the April 2021 security patch includes dozens of fixes from Google and 23 fixes from Samsung. The new update might also include other bug fixes and stability improvements. If you are a Galaxy A10e user in the US, you can check for the new update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. You can also download the latest firmware files from our database and flash them manually.
The Galaxy A10e was launched in August 2019 with Android 9 Pie (and One UI). It received the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update last year. The smartphone might not get another major Android OS update, though. It is currently included in Samsung's quarterly security update schedule.