[Update: Live for Verizon models] Samsung Galaxy S10 series One UI 2.5 update rolls out alongside September security patch
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on September 03, 2020) follows:
For a while now, we’ve known that Samsung has been actively working on One UI 2.5. We already have a list of devices that are eligible for an update to this new skin and for a list of devices that have already received this update, check out our dedicated tracker.
Today, Samsung is looking to further bring this new skin on top of Android to more eligible devices with the rollout of One UI 2.5 to the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+.
To recall, we recently saw test builds for One UI 2.5 for both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 with the hopes that the official stable builds would be available shortly afterward. And true to those predictions, today we’re seeing reports of One UI 2.5 rolling out to Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+ users.
Users of the Galaxy S10 in Germany are reporting receiving an update that brings with it the September 2020 security patch. This hefty update brings with it a ton of features as outlined in the following user-shared changelog.
Some of the notable features coming in this build include the addition of Wireless Dex, enhancement of the Pro Video feature among many others. This update bears software version number DTH7 and has been reported by users in Germany.
As Samsung often rolls out updates in batches, it might be a while before the update hits all S10 users. Also, the same update should be available for Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+ users as well.
Should you want to download this firmware for your Galaxy S10, you can get it from the good folks over at Sammobile.
As mentioned earlier, we have a list of eligible devices but that list is not as exhaustive as we would all want. That said, One UI 2.5 update for Samsung Galaxy A3 2017, J5, J6 & Galaxy J7 variants is already available, albeit unofficially so you might want to check that out if you own one of the said devices.
We shall continue to keep an eye on this rollout and update as and when it is available for more Galaxy S10 users in more regions. You might, therefore, want to check out our dedicated Samsung section for these and more.
Update 1 (September 03)
IST: 07:23 pm: Samsung started pushing the One UI 2.5 update a few days ago to the Galaxy S20 series which was soon followed by Galaxy S10 series and now the Galaxy Note 10 series is also receiving the latest One UI 2.5 update.
According to SamMobile, the update is being pushed to the Note 10 and Note 10+ in Germany, Note 10+ 5G in Switzerland and Note 10 Lite in Spain.
Update 2 (September 05)
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is also receiving the One UI 2.5 update as version G770FXXU3CTH4 in Spain. However, some of the features including wireless DeX functionality and some camera features are missing.
Update 3 (September 08)
IST: 12:36 pm: Samsung has been busy releasing the One UI 2.5 update in many regions for the Galaxy S10 series. At present, these are the following regions that the update is now rolling out in:
Samsung Galaxy S10: Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Israel, Nigeria, Turkey, South Africa, Luxembourg, Slovakia, South East Europe, Switzerland, Netherlands, Baltic, Bulgaria.
Samsung Galaxy S10+: Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Caucasus Countries, Taiwan, Cambodia, Philippines, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, South Africa, Nigeria, Bulgaria, Baltic, Switzerland, Slovakia, Netherlands, South East Europe, Luxembourg, Colombia, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil.
Samsung Galaxy S10e: Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia, Caucasus Countries, Taiwan, Philippines, Turkey, Nigeria, South Africa, Israel, Switzerland, Luxembourg, South East Europe, Baltic, Netherlands, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Vietnam, Colombia, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite: Russia.
Update 4 (September 09)
IST: 02:36 pm: According to Samsung executive, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 series devices in the US might start receiving the One UI 2.5 update in October. In contrast, the update has been released for the S10 series in India. See the full story here.
IST: 02:59 pm: It seems that Samsung has begun rolling out the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10 series in the UK. The update arrives with build number DTH7 and also brings the Septemeber 2020 security patch. A Redditor has also confirmed receiving the update.
Update 5 (September 14)
IST 06:59 pm: It seems that Samsung has begun rolling out the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10e in Poland. Of course, it’s highly likely that other devices from the S10 family may get or are getting the update in Poland too.
Update 6 (September 18)
IST 04:10 pm: Latest user reports suggest that Samsung Galaxy S10 devices in Sweden are now getting the One UI 2.5 update.
Update 7 (September 22)
IST 03:03 pm: It seems that the One UI 2.5 update is now rolling out to Galaxy S10 series users in Pakistan. A Galaxy S10 user has taken to Reddit to confirm the arrival of the new update over-the-air.
Update 8 (September 23)
IST 02:19 pm: It appears that the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10 series has finally begun rolling out in the U.S. on unlocked and some carrier-branded units as well, including Comcast, Sprint, and Xfinity Mobile. A user has also confirmed receiving the update on the Galaxy S10+.
IST 06:51 pm: Fresh reports suggest that the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10 series is also rolling out for Boost Mobile customers in the U.S. A user has taken to Reddit to share the news.
Update 9 (September 25)
IST 06:34 pm: Based on new reports, it seems that Verizon has also begun rolling out the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10 series in the U.S. It was expected since other carriers in the country also released the update roughly the same time.
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