Here are Phones Samsung are Planning to Update to Android 10 Next Year

Seems like no Samsung device will be updated officially to Android 10 this year

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Android updates continue to be a pain in Google’s ecosystem and only a handful of manufacturers deliver major updates on time. This includes OnePlus, Nokia, Sony and obviously Google with their Pixel services.

Other manufacturers lag compared to the above manufacturers and Samsung is included. Although they have been quite prompt with the monthly security updates (especially on flagship phones), it is still not enough.

Android 10 was officially launched in September 3rd 2019 and only a handful of manufacturers have seeded this update to their smartphones. Samsung is a major manufacturer and now their update roadmap has leaked.



According to SammobileSamsung Israel published a roadmap for the Android 10 update on the Samsung Members app. This revealed the Android 10 update plans for Galaxy phones and tablets and it starts in January 2020.

Here is the list:

January 

  • S10
  • S10+
  • S10e
  • Note 10
  • Note 10+
  • Note 9
  • A30

March

  • A80

April

  • S9
  • S9+
  • A70
  • A50
  • A7 2018
  • A9 2018
  • Tab S6

May 

  • A10
  • A10s
  • A20
  • A30s

June 

  • Galaxy J6
  • A20s

July

  • J8
  • Tab S4 10.5
  • Tab S5e
  • J6+

August 

  • Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  • Tab A8 (2019)

September 

  • Tab A 10.5

You should note that these timelines are for the Israel market and may differ slightly for other regions.

It is kind of disappointing that this update roadmap extends all the way to September next year which coincides with the release of Android 11. Also, Samsung have most of their updates in January and April-May period which is interesting to see. The most surprising update is the Galaxy A30 which is in the same update month as the flagship Samsung phones which is kind of awesome.

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