With Samsung having released the stable Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 series in a few markets already, it would be easy to assume that the company has also released the stable update for the Galaxy Note 10. A Reddit user has revealed that their Note 10 was treated to a stable build of Android 10, but it seems Samsung accidentally pushed out the update and hasn’t actually started the official rollout.
The device that received the stable build, which carries the same software version as the stable update for the Galaxy S10, is a Canadian unlocked variant being used with carrier MTS in Belarus. There have been no reports of other users in Canada or Belarus receiving the update, and with neither market included in the One UI 2.0 beta program, it’s very likely that the official rollout has not started.
It’s not uncommon for Samsung to sometimes push out an update to an unsuspecting user by accident, and, unfortunately, it doesn’t mean that the actual release will be out soon. The Galaxy Note 10 entered the One UI 2.0 beta program a couple of weeks after the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10 received no less than seven beta updates before making the jump to the final version. The Note 10 received its third beta update last week and Samsung will probably release another beta update or two before releasing the stable build.