Here is a list of some of the most popular smartphones that launched with Android 9 or lower and have already received Android 10 update. Google mentioned that the Android 10 is the fastest adopted OS it has rolled out.
The company boasts that Android 10 has been installed on over 100 million devices since its launch in September 2019. We provide a list of popular smartphones that have received the Android 10 update in 2020.
1. Redmi Note 7 and Note 7S
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and Note 7S came in 2019 and they ran on the Android 9 OS. However, the company has started rolling out Android 10 with its latest MIUI 12 beta builds for users. Users of Redmi 7 and 7S may have to wait for some weeks for it to be rolled out completely.
2. Nokia 1
Reports claim that the 2018 Nokia 1 is receiving the Android 10 (Go Edition). Users of Nokia 1 in mainly Asian regions will first get the Android 10 (Go Edition) updates before other countries get it.
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3. Redmi 8
Redmi 8 users are receiving Android 10 updates with the smartphone’s MIUI 12 software. The Android 10 OS will weigh as much as 2GB but the company started issuing it to users in China first. If you use Redmi 8 and live outside China, you will have to wait for a while.
4. Realme 5 and 5s
Realme has started releasing Android 10 with its latest Realme UI for its 5 and 5s users. The smartphone had originally launched with Android 9 and the company says the software upgrade will bring improved features.
5. Samsung Galaxy A30s
Samsung started rolling out the Android 10 for users of its Galaxy A30s software in March 2020. It began with countries outside Europe, America and Africa; choosing to concentrate on Asia and the Middle-East. However, by now, three months later, Android 10 update should be available for every Samsung Galaxy A30s user.
Besides bringing improved features, new smartphone software updates like Android 10 brings security fixes. This is why users should always check for new software updates. To check if your device has received a new OS update, go to: Settings > About Phone > System Update > Check for updates.
If your smartphone is here but you have not received the Android 10 update wait for some weeks as phone companies usually release software updates in batches.
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