[Live in India] Samsung Galaxy A10s Android 10 (One UI 2.1) update goes live
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on April 1) follows:
Samsung’s A-line of smartphones represents the company’s push to make waves in the mid to low-end segment of the smartphone industry. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy A50 was one of the best selling smartphones, selling upto 24.2 Million units worldwide.
The bottom of the barrel in Samsung’s Galaxy A-line of smartphones lies the Samsung Galaxy A10s. This device was first unveiled back in August 2019 and is powered by the MT6762 Helio P22 chipset. Storage is catered for with 3GB RAM & 32GB of storage.
Samsung Galaxy A10s is gettings updated to Android 10-based One UI 2.1. The update which has started rolling out in Malaysia brings the software version on this device to A107FXXU5BTCB and comes with the March 2020 Android security patch update.
The Android 10 update for the Samsung Galaxy A10s weighs in at a rather hefty 2.66 GB and brings all the Android 10 goodness to the budget device. It is still unclear what One UI 2.1 features have been excluded from this device owing to the inevitable hardware limitations.
This device joins a whole host of other Samsung Galaxy A-devices that have already been updated to Android 10. These devices include the top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, the Galaxy A80, A50, A40, A30, A9 2018, and the A7 2018.
It is very encouraging to see Samsung rolling out Android 10 to one of the least-powerful smartphones in its catalog today. This should be a wakeup call to other OEMs who often neglect the cheaper devices in their catalog, in favor of more capable flagships.
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Update 1 (April 21)
Thee Galaxy A10s is now receiving the Android 10 update in Kenya.
Update 2 (May 7)
The Android 10 update for the Galaxy A10s in now live in Pakistan.
Update 3 (June 16)
The update is now live for devices in India.
Note: This article has been updated to reflect the update was to One UI 2.1 and not One UI 2.0 as reported initially.
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