Unlocked Galaxy S10 Now Getting Android 10 in the U.S.

While almost every carrier variant of the Galaxy S10 has received the Android 10 update in the U.S., it’s now time for the unlocked models in the U.S. to get the same treatment. Users of the unlocked Galaxy S10e are reportedly seeing the update already, which means it shouldn’t be long before we see the update on almost every unlocked variant of the Galaxy S10 that is sold officially in the U.S.

It is said that the update carries the build number G970U1UEU2CSKP for the Galaxy S10e, although it might differ depending on the variant you own. The update brings a bunch of Android 10 related changes on board, while also including Samsung’s new One UI 2.0 layering, which is more advanced and refined than its predecessor that was based on Android 9.0 Pie.

Samsung has made some clever changes with One UI 2.0, although there’s nothing radical on board here that will change the way you use your phone. The corners and icons are better designed now, while the company has also made some improvements to Dark Mode.

Here’s a look at some of the best features of One UI 2.0:

Samsung is currently preparing for the Galaxy S11 next year with reports suggesting that the phone will break cover in late Feb 2020 prior to the MWC event in Barcelona. Rumors have indicated that Samsung is looking for a massive upgrade in the camera department with features like 8K video recording and a Snapdragon 865 processor being touted at this point. It’s also quite evident that all models sold in the U.S. will carry 5G support in some form rather than limiting the feature to special edition variants.

Via: Droid Life