It seems that the Android 10 update is just around the corner. And we’ll get to see the latest iteration of the Android first hand on the new Pixel series. But what about other devices. Well, I cannot speak for each and every Android device out there, but rumors about certain Samsung devices have surfaced online. However, there’s no confirmation about the validity of this list. Whatever it may be the this leaked Samsung devices update tracker does look promising.
From what we found, it seems that most of the 2019 Samsung devices will receive the Android 10 updates. Aside from the flagships, the low-end Galaxy M series and the mid-range Galaxy A series will also receive the updates.
Android 10 promises to bring with it some advanced customizing and privacy features. The highlights as we know till now about the Android 10 is the Live Caption, Smart reply, Sound Amplifier and many more. Furthermore, this year marks the change in the naming of the Android OS as it no more is a reference to a tasty dessert. Yes, you read that right, android 10’s name will not be attached to any dessert.
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Another major change that Google seemingly has brought in the Android 10 is in the Privacy department. Now more than ever, people are concerned about their privacy. Concerned that their data is being used without their consent. So, it was probably a high time that the new Android featured some privacy update. The new app permissions give users a much better understanding and control over what the apps can and cannot access.
Coming back to the Samsung Android 10 leaks, we find that the major missing in the list were the Samsung S8 series and the Note 8. Then again Samsung promises only two-year major Android updates on its devices.
Though we’ve sort of found a tentative list of the Samsung devices that’ll probably receive the Android 10 updates, we’ve no knowledge about the time frame. So, for that, you’ll have to wait for an official statement from Samsung itself. The obvious priority for Samsung will be its flagships. But hopefully, the mid-range and low-end devices won’t have to wait too long for the update.