Samsung has again changed the original roadmap of Android 10 for its smartphones & tablets. The first major change comes to Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ smartphones. As the company revealed the initial roadmap, 2018’s flagship phones were scheduled to get Android 10 updates in January. Galaxy S9 series users were waiting for the update since the beginning of the month. Now, the official roadmap changed by Samsung mentions that both devices will get updates in February.
The other change in roadmap mentions Galaxy A30 will get the new version in March. It is the third time Samsung has changed the original date. At first, Galaxy A30 was supposed to get Android 10 in January. Later, Samsung postponed it to February and now the new listing again postponed it to March. There is no change for other smartphones or tablets. They will get the latest update as per the original schedule.
The other flagship phones, Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy Note 10 Series and Galaxy Note 9 have already received OneUI 2.0-based Android 10 version before the timed schedule. The biggest surprise came when Samsung pushed it for Galaxy A40s, Galaxy M20 & Galaxy M30. These are the only mid-range smartphones that are enjoying the newest version. January is almost near to end so we will see when Samsung will release Android 10 for Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ smartphones.