This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (April 27) follows:
Samsung’s skin on Android, One UI is one of the most refined Android experiences we have today. And it has to be. Samsung has had years of experience, building Android skins and the current skin is a culmination of everything Samsung has learned.
The very latest build of the same, One UI 2.1 came pre-installed on the Samsung Galaxy S20 family of devices and brought a bunch of new features. You can read more about that here. Samsung has since been slowly rolling out the update to some o its recent flagships like the S10 and the Note 10 devices.
As we very well know, on Android, updates don’t hit the international unlocked devices at the same time as the carrier versions of the same device. The same case is playing out with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on T-Mobile.
Samsung has already managed to roll out the One UI update to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 in many markets. You can read more about that here. T-Mobile has also been able to roll out One UI to the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices and the Galaxy Note 10 5G.
Well, keeping with the same pace, the US Unlocked variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is getting updated to One UI 2.1. To recall, the last time we heard about this update was when the update was rolling out to the T-Mobile S10. At the time, T-Mobile said that this update was still under development and it looks like the update is finally ready.
The update, which has been reported by a section of US Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 users with T-Mobile SIM cards, is going out to the Samsung Note 10 with model number N975U. It brings all the One UI 2.1 goodies we have seen rolling out with other releases.
We shall keep an eye on this update and update as and when we get more info on the same and its coming wider rollout.
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Update 1 (April 27)
T- Mobile branded Galaxy Note 10 units have started getting the the One UI 2.1 update. This comes in line after the update was rolled out to unlocked Galaxy Note 10 units. The official device software update page has not been updated yet.
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