Samsung Galaxy S10 5G receives the Android 12 in South Korea and US

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 was revealed almost three years ago. It was a world that was very different from the one we live in today. In 2019, 5G networks made their debut, and companies were launching the first smartphones that supported fifth-generation networks. It was a timid start, with only a handful of devices offering 5G connectivity. Samsung, for example, had released distinct versions of its flagships with 5G connectivity. The Galaxy S10 5G was an example of this. The Galaxy S10 5G was the most expensive and interesting device in the series. We can also say that it was the Ultra variant. Samsung is rolling Android 12 update with One UI 4 to the Galaxy S10 5G.

The Galaxy flagships have been receiving the latest firmware updates. Samsung offers support for all its flagships up to the 2019 Galaxy S10 series. It’s now that the Galaxy S10 5G will be joining its non-5G sibling in the latest firmware. The update has been reported to be reaching units in the United States as well as South Korea.

Verizon in the US is now receiving firmware build G977UVRU8GULD. The new update includes all the features that were introduced with Android 12 as well as Samsung’s One UI 4 skin. You will find many visual delights, new wallpaper-based themes and accents, along security improvements. The update also includes January’s 2022 Android security patches. Samsung makes the device feel new. The South Korean version will not get the same treatment, as it still has the December 2021 Android security patch. Samsung in South Korea is rolling out the update using G977NKSU6GULB

It is worth noting that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G received the Android 12-based One UI 4 update. The original phone was unveiled with Android 9 pie. It received the Android 10 and 11 updates. It’s now getting its third major Android update. Samsung has set a three-year schedule for major OS upgrades to its flagships. Although security patches may be available for the device this year, they might not be on a quarterly basis.

We expect that the company will shift its attention to mid-range smartphones after updating so many devices.

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