[Update: Galaxy S10 5G] Stable Android 10 (One UI 2.0) begins rolling out to the Galaxy S10 in the US
Samsung kicked off the One UI 2 beta (Android 10) for the Galaxy S10 series back in October. Late last month, the stable update started rolling out to beta testers in Germany. Today, the company has started rolling out the stable version of One UI 2 to Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e beta testers one month early.
The update was announced in the beat app first and has since been confirmed by T-Mobile. S10 device owners on T-Mobile, Sprint, and Xfinity Mobile have reported receiving the update already, and some users in Canada as well. The build numbers of the entire family below:
- Galaxy S10 (G973USQU2CSKP)
- Galaxy S10+ (G975USQU2CSKP)
- Galaxy S10e (G970USQU2CSKP)
The One UI 2 update comes in around 2.4GB in size and includes the December security patch. As Samsung’s announcement says, this update is rolling out to beta testers before it officially arrives for others. So if you have been enrolled in the One UI 2 beta program on your Galaxy S10, you can download stable Android 10 before everyone else. It should be a matter of time before the update starts appearing on AT&T, Verizon, and more Canadian devices.
Update: Galaxy S10 5G
The Galaxy S10 series started receiving Android 10 (One UI 2.0) in the US back in December, but the 5G model was not included. It appears the rollout has finally begun for those rocking the 5G-capable Galaxy S10. So far, T-Mobile has sent out the update (G977TUVU3BSL5) as of January 27th. It includes Android 10, WEA 3.0, and “Messaging and other improvements.” Go to Settings > Software update to check for the update.