Samsung Galaxy S10 series update is currently rolling out in Switzerland and Germany for the Exynos variant and should become available in other countries over the next few days.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series including Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10+, and Samsung Galaxy S10e are reportedly receiving a new update that brings the July 2019 Android Security Patch. As of now, the update is currently rolling out in Switzerland and Germany for the Exynos variant and should become available in other countries over the next few days.
As per Sammobile, the firmware version for the latest update is reportedly G97*FXXU3ASG8 and it’s about 388MB in size. This is an over-the-air update, so it should reach the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e smartphones on its own.
In order to check for the latest update, users can go to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. Once the new update is installed, you cannot go back to older software, so you might want to wait and see if the update is completely bug-free before installing it on your device.
Additionally, the new firmware also includes some improvements for the camera, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. However, the changelog does not reveal much about these improvements. It is quite surprising that the Galaxy S10 series is getting it after so long as the Samsung Galaxy S9 series received this update at the beginning of this month.
To recall, the company launched Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e for the Indian market in March this year. The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with a price tag of Rs 66,900 for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage option and Rs 84,900 for the 8GB RAM + 512GB storage option.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ comes with a price tag of Rs 73,900 for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant, Rs 91,900 for 8GB RAM + 512GB storage option and Rs 1,17,900 for the 1TB storage and 12GB RAM option. The Galaxy S10e comes with a price tag of Rs 55,900 for the 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
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