Samsung has recently joined the league of smartphone makers that are rolling out the stable version of Android 10-based updates to their respective OS. Before this, the South Korean major was only testing the beta version of Android 10 to its devices.
Samsung kick-started the Android 10 stable update with flagship Galaxy S10 series a couple of days back. The company is now rolling out the update to its budgeted smartphones Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30, launched earlier this year.
The OTA update for Galaxy M20 has version number M205FDDU3CSL4 while Galaxy M30 has version number M305FDDU3CSL4. Both the updates weigh around 1.3GB, which is lower than the 2GB update received by Galaxy S10 series. The update includes December 2019 security patch and is currently rolling out to Indian users only with a global update due in some time.
Most importantly, Samsung is pushing the Android 10 update to the devices with the skin One UI 2.0 that is also known as One UI 2 Core 2. The update brings everything that Android 10 offers in general such as system-wide dark mode, full-screen navigation gestures, updated Google Play services, improved privacy and security controls, etc. Users who are eager to check and install the update can navigate to Settings > Software update and then download and install.
Both Galaxy M20 and M30 were launched in February this year with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. In June, Samsung released a One UI update with Android 9 Pie to the devices. The company has released the Android 10 update earlier than expected as both the devices along with Galaxy S10 were scheduled to receive the update in January 2020.
Google came up with the latest Android OS in September this year. Post-release, major OEMs such as Essential, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Asus have followed suit by rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to their devices.