[Updated] Samsung starts rolling out Android 10 with One UI 2.0 to the Galaxy A70
Samsung’s Android 10 update train is going at full steam. The company has already updated its flagship phones with the latest Android version in most regions and has now shifted its focus to updating its mid-range lineup. Last week, the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50s received a stable Android 10 with One UI 2.0. Now it appears the Galaxy A70 is also getting the sweet treat of Android 10 — at least starting in Ukraine.
Coming in at over 2GB in size, the Galaxy A70 Android 10 update carries version number A705FNXXU5BTB9 and also packs the February 2020 security patches. As expected, the new update brings along all the exciting changes users have been waiting for. You get a system-wide dark mode, new navigation gestures, improved Digital Wellbeing tools, overhauled app permissions and more. On top of these usual Android 10 changes, the update also brings a ton of One UI 2.0-specific additions such as redesigned icons and colors, a built-in screen recorder, a new One Handed mode, an improved camera app UI, updated Samsung apps, and so on.
At this time, the Galaxy A70 Android 10 update appears to be rolling out to Ukrainian models only. However, the global rollout shouldn’t be too far away and Galaxy A70 owners in other regions can look forward to receiving the update in the coming weeks or so.
To check whether your Samsung phone will receive the Android 10 update, you can refer to this list.
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