Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G receiving major bugfix update on top of November patch

It is not uncommon for a device to get multiple updates in quick successions. Sometimes, a bug is discovered soon after rolling out an update, or an update might cause unforeseen issues. This quickly calls for successive updates.

That has been the case for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. Only that the successive update(s) also included a new feature. The device picked up its November patch late last month, with the rollout beginning in Switzerland before spreading to the U.S. and other regions.

And the same trend is happening on the 5G variant as well.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G

Samsung is gradually rolling out a second November update for this device in Europe. The update also packs a bunch of fixes and enhancements as shown in the changelog.

Galaxy Note 10 5G November update changelog
Update notification on Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (Source)

The changelog shows that most of these enhancements and fixes are mainly centered around the fingerprint sensor and the camera performance. It is also worth noting that the Note 10 and the Note 10+ also had these issues. The Galaxy Note 10 recently get another November build (ASK1) that brought more fingerprint improvements. This update’s changelog is as follows;

· The performance of Fingerprint recognition has been improved
· The performance of Touch screen has been improved
· The stability of the Camera has been improved.
· Camera picture quality has been improved.
· The security of your device has been improved.

The update can be identified by its Build Number N976BXXU1ASJM. It is still based on Android Pie (Android 9) and also carries a Release Date 2019-11-11. It is also worth noting that Build ASJ6, dated November 1 is the update that bundled November patch. This update, ASJM is bringing more fixes while also improving system security.

Android 10

Like many other OEMs, Samsung is also working on its Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 skin. The update is still in beta. The ongoing Samsung OneUI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ went live for Exynos models sold in Europe first before finding their way to the Snapdragon models in the U.S.

U.S. Galaxy Note 10 now getting One UI 2.0 beta update

Earlier today, reports are coming in that Android 10 beta update is now available for the two Note 10 models in the U.S. In case you missed it in the news, this update is only targeting the U.S. unlocked models and not carrier variants. The Note 10 5G variant should also get this soon.

Since inception of the Galaxy Note line of phones, Samsung had one thing in mind. Create the absolute best, no-compromise flagship smartphone they can. The same continues to the current Note smartphones. The Galaxy Note 10 family of smartphones represent the best that Samsung has to offer. The Note 10 5G is one of the very best smartphone flagships of 2019, with high-end specifications, an excellent design, and some truly unique features.

It, therefore, makes sense that if there’s any device that can get attention, it is Samsung’s Note 10 family.

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