List of Samsung Galaxy smartphones that are set to receive Android 10 update

by Johnson Daniel

Ever since the news about the Android 10 being released, it is not a surprising thing to see many Android lovers wanting to get their hands on a device running on that Android OS.

If you own a smartphone especially a Samsung Galaxy smartphone already and you are not ready to change it but you are still hoping to get the Android 10 update on your smartphone, you might have to wait longer than expected if your device is not in the list of smartphones set to receive the Android 10 update.

As we might know, you won’t be able to automatically update your Android smartphone’s version since the software maker and device manufacturer are two different people, except for those using a Google Pixel (whose device and software are manufactured by Google).

Samsung users most especially will have to wait for their device manufacturers to tweak the new software to suit the hardware of the device they manufacture, test and ensure its stable before rolling it out. In this article, we are going to take a look at the list of Samsung Galaxy devices that are set to receive the Android 10 update in the near future.


List of Samsung Galaxy smartphones getting Android 10


Samsung Galaxy S Series

Samsung Galaxy Note Series

Samsung Galaxy M Series

  • Galaxy M40
  • Galaxy M30/M30s
  • Galaxy M20
  • Galaxy M10

Samsung Galaxy J Series

  • Galaxy J8
  • Galaxy J6/J6+
  • Galaxy J4/J4+
  • Galaxy J7 Duo
  • Galaxy J7/J5/J3 (2018)

Samsung Galaxy A Series

Samsung Galaxy Tab Series

  • Galaxy Tab S5e
  • Galaxy Tab S4
  • Galaxy Tab A (2019)
  • Galaxy Tab A (2018)

It’s such a shame to go through this list and find out that Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+ devices not there with other notable absentees being the  Galaxy Note 10 5G and Galaxy Tab S6 devices. It is quite a surprise to see the Galaxy Note 10 5G not being on the list despite having to be in the game a little bit longer than the Galaxy A90 5G.

Well, word got out that most Samsung devices that were made a little bit over 2 years ago won’t get the Android 10 update, so don’t place your mind on getting the latest update on your smartphone if you are in that category.

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