The Galaxy Note 10 series is now getting the Android 10 update in the US. Verizon is the first carrier to release the update in the country, and it remains to be seen when other carriers will join the party. Surprisingly, the Note 10+ 5G is being updated as well, despite Samsung having said the 5G variants of the Note 10 duo will not get the update before 2020.
According to owners of the Note 10 phones on Reddit, the Android 10 update won’t show up on its own just yet. You will have to manually trigger the download by going into the Software update menu in the phone’s settings. One user has reported seeing their device reboot constantly just half an hour after updating to Android 10, so it would be a good idea to make a complete backup of your phone’s data before performing the update.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+/10+ 5G are powered by Snapdragon chips in the US, so you can expect to get the update soon if you reside in another market where the Snapdragon models are sold, such as Hong Kong and Canada. You can keep an eye on this article to find out once the update has been released in your country.
Thanks for the tip, Jabbar!