The much-appraised Samsung Galaxy S10 is a name you must have heard many times from tech experts. This smartphone is considered to be almost perfectly designed by Samsung, having everything a user needs. Recently, it started receiving updates and various changes, so of course, we need to address them.
The Galaxy S10 features a 6.4 inch Super AMOLED display with a hole punch cutout on its front, replacing the notch, powered by the latest Snapdragon 855 or the Exynos 9820 processor, depending on the market. It has a triple camera setup that includes a 12MP primary camera, a 12MP telephoto lens and a 16 MP ultra-vide angled lens. The front 10 MP camera is accompanied by an 8MP sensor that offers sharpness to selfies. Even more, the phone has an under-display fingerprint scanner and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. The battery doesn’t disappoint either, presenting 4,100 mah. Also, the phone comes with Wifi 6.
In the last few months, Samsung Galaxy S10 has received updates as follows:
27 February 2019: software update, camera quality improvements, faster fingerprint scanner and the option to remap the Bixby key.
25 March 2019: software that brings improved wireless PowerShare capabilities, Camera stability and March 2019 Security Patch.
14 April 2019: update for the Galaxy S10 Plus including major improvements to the Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Android 10 Q Update:
Samsung has always made sure their phones have a good record of updates, even for outdated phones. Therefore, we can rest assured that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will receive the same treatment. It has been launched with the Android 9.0 Pie and will surely get the Android Q Update.
Also, Galaxy S10 Plus will be one of the first smartphones to get the Beta and stable update as soon as it launches.
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