[Rolling out for M20] Samsung allegedly testing Android 10 update for Galaxy A30 & M20 besides S9/Note 9
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on December 10, 2019) follows:
Android 10 was officially unveiled back in September and since then, a bunch of devices has got the update. Huawei and OnePlus are some of the prime examples that rolled out stable EMUI and OxygenOS respectively, based on the new generation of Android.
Other phone makers who maintain such skinned OS like Samsung and OPPO have been testing their version of this operating system for some time now. Some at more advanced stages than others, all according to their own timelines.
For Samsung’s case, the company has already finished up the beta testing for the Galaxy S10 family of phones. Regional variants of this device are already getting stable Android 10 as OTA. Similar beta tests are also undergoing for the Galaxy Note 9 and S9 phones.
However, an unofficial roadmap has been surfaced and it does show us some fascinating information. Samsung is apparently testing Android 10 for a handful of devices, including Galaxy A30 and Galaxy M20. The update (probably in the closed beta form) should land during mid-December.
All these timelines are applicable to the corresponding units in Turkey. However, we can visualize a clear picture of the update availability in other regions from this.
According to the roadmap, the Galaxy S10 lineup should get their on December 5. On the other hand, Galaxy S9/Note 9 users should wait till the last day of the year. This is somehow consistent with the notice circulated via Samsung Members app in Turkey.
Now that the 5G variant of Galaxy S10 also grabbed the stable Android 10 update, do you think the Korean OEM will expand the One UI 2.0 beta to Galaxy A & M series after all? Let us know by commenting below.
Update (December 12)
The Indian units of Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 are getting stable Android 10 based One UI 2.0 update out of the blue. Details here.
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