[Live for Galaxy A9 Star Lite, China] Samsung Galaxy A6+ One UI 2.0 update (Android 10) arrives

This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (published on April 1) follows:

Samsung has started rolling out the stable Galaxy A6+ One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10 operating system in Europe, Poland to be more specific.

The updated firmware has been spotted online with software version A605FNXXU5CTC8, meaning it’s a target for the Galaxy A6+ variant with model number SM-A605FN.

Galaxy A6+ One UI 2.0 update

Besides Poland, the above variant is also sold in markets like the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Russia, Greece, France, Slovakia, Austria, Ukraine, Southeast Europe, Caucasus, Nordic and Baltic countries, among other European markets.

On top of Android 10 and One UI 2.0, the Galaxy A6+ also gets a new March 2020 security patch to spice things up, but being an over-the-air (OTA) update, it will definitely take some time before other regions with model SM-A605FN pick up the same update.

As far as the Galaxy A6+ One UI 2.0 update for other variants is concerned, that is, model numbers SM-A605F, SM-A605G, SM-A605GN, SM-A605K, SM-A6050, and SM-A6058, the wait for the OTA download notification to arrive could take a week, two, or even more, so be patient.

Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) already got the new One UI 2.0 update

The Galaxy A6 Android 10 update has already been released in France and a bunch of other countries and now that the A6+ has it, albeit, in one market, the wider rollout for both devices should begin soon.

The A6+ becomes the latest in the Galaxy A series to pick up the One UI 2.0 update after the Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A9 2018, Galaxy A80, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A7 2018, Galaxy A70s, and more.

Update 1 (April 13)

The Android 10 update for the Galaxy A6+ is now live in Bangladesh.

Update 2 (May 2)

The One UI 2.0 update is now live in Switzerland.

Update 3 (June 24)

The update to Android 10 is now live for the A9 Star Lite in China.

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