Samsung had released the Android 12 update to the Galaxy S10 series three weeks ago. Since then, the update has expanded to more countries around the world. Now, the South Korean firm has released the Android 12 update to the Galaxy S10 5G in South Korea and the US.
The Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update for the carrier-locked version of the Galaxy S10 5G is available on Verizon’s network. It comes with firmware version G977UVRU8GULD and includes the January 2022 security patch. In South Korea, the smartphone is getting the Android 12 update via firmware version G977NKSU6GULB, but it consists of the December 2021 security patch.
If you are a Galaxy S10 5G user in South Korea or the US, you can check for the new update by heading over to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. You can also download the appropriate firmware file from our database and flash it manually using a Windows computer.
Samsung had launched the Galaxy S10 5G in early 2019. It is the world’s first 5G smartphone, and it was launched in limited markets. The smartphone came with Android 9 out of the box. It received the Android 10 update in 2020, the Android 11 update in early 2021, and the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update in early 2022. It will not receive any major Android OS update in the future.
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