Samsung has released a stable version of Android 10 with One UI 2.0 for Galaxy Note 10: what's new and when to wait for firmware

Following the Galaxy S10, Samsung has released a stable version of Android 10 for the Galaxy Note 10.

What is known

As reported

our colleagues from Piunikaweb, the update weighs 139 MB for those who have already tested the firmware and 2 GB for everyone else.

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The system came out with a build number BSKO and in itadded the December security patch, as well as a new One UI 2.0 shell. In addition, the firmware also contains new control gestures, updated animation for opening applications, an improved one-handed control mode, a fingerprint scanner icon in Always-on Display mode, a new camera interface, the Screen Recorder function and much more.

When to expect

The update has so far begun to be received only by smartphone users in Canada. In the near future, the firmware will also begin to be distributed in other countries.

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