AT&T Samsung Galaxy S10 November security update arrives, 5G variant receives network fixes
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Samsung is continuously bringing various enhancements for the Galaxy S10 family via periodic software updates. The Korean OEM already backported truckload of Galaxy Note 10 exclusive camera features as well as other functionalities.
Oh, and don’t forget about the 3D Face Unlock thingy!
Talking about the Android 10 based One UI 2.0, Samsung recently delivered the third iteration of the beta build for US Snapdragon variant of Galaxy S10. Unlike OnePlus, the 5G capable model is not left behind and treated equally.
Matter of fact, Galaxy S10 5G got October security patches on Verizon a few days ago. Now AT&T has joined the race and dropped a massive update to improve the network performance. The carrier also bundled a new security patch.
As you can see, the size of the latest build for Galaxy S10 5G (ASJM) is 727 MB – quite heavy compared to the regular 4G variants. Although the security patch level is not mentioned previously, we do know that the BSIW build for Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+ carries November patch.
Before you’re getting confused, allow me to elaborate. While other US based carrier rolled out the November patch for Galaxy S10 series at the beginning of this month, AT&T was not there. In fact, AT&T’s update comes as BSIW build, whereas other got BSIV.
FYI, AT&T is maintaining a separate update track since last few months. Judging from the user comments, this particular variant has yet to receive the fascinating software features from the Galaxy Note 10 lineup.
Have you received the November security update on your AT&T Galaxy S10 yet? Let us know by commenting below.
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