Samsung isn’t typically in a rush to ship new Android versions to its devices, and the company usually starts the whole thing by kicking off beta programs for its flagship devices.
These beta programs are specifically supposed to give phone owners the chance to try out new Android releases ahead of the public launch, while at the same time sending feedback to Samsung and helping the company polish the experience before everyone gets the update.
While the beta program for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on Android 10 is expected to begin in just a few weeks, everyone obviously expects the new mobile operating system version to go live for many more Samsung models.
And until today, nobody knew for sure what Samsung phones are supposed to get the Android 10 update and what are not.
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