Samsung’s New Galaxy S10 Line Getting Day-One Updates

Posted on March 7, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware with 2 Comments

Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 line gets released tomorrow. Samsung will be releasing the new Galaxy S10, the Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10e tomorrow throughout the world. And it’s already releasing a new software update for the new devices.

Both T-Mobile and Verizon in the United States have published documents for the new OTA which will be released tomorrow. That means new device owners will be welcomed with a brand new software update on their new devices right off the bat.

There isn’t a whole lot of details on exactly what’s included in the new updates, but T-Mobile states that the update includes “camera and fingerprint feature enhancements”. Verizon, on the other hand, notes “the current software update provides camera enhancements and the most up to date Android security patches on your device.”

The update doesn’t seem to be massive, with Verizon reporting the estimated download time for the update to be around 6-10 minutes, as noted by Android Police.

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2 responses to “Samsung’s New Galaxy S10 Line Getting Day-One Updates”

  1. paulkocz

    Got the S10+ in Australia yesterday. Day one installed and updated. Took around 15 mins. Appears to be to improve the fingerprint and stops a lock up when using the camera in video mode.

  2. chrishilton1

    $550 trade in, in the US, £320 in the UK. At current exchange rates that equates to $419. No deal.