Samsung reveals Android 10 update roadmap for its devices in the Philippines


A few days ago Samsung revealed the Android 10 update roadmap for its devices in Israel and later followed it up by detailing the schedule for Indian and Chinese units. Now the company has revealed its plans for Android 10 rollout in the Philippines.

The Korean tech giant will release Android 10 with One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy S10 trio in January 2020, however, the company has already started seeding the update for the S10 series so it may reach Filipino units sooner than that.

Samsung reveals Android 10 update roadmap for the Philippines

Later in February, Samsung will seed Android 10 for a total of seven devices, which include the Galaxy S9, S9+, Note9, Note10, Note10+, A30, and M30. There’s no specific order to it but we may see the Note10 duo get a taste of Android 10 first.

You can check out the table below for the complete schedule:

Device Month of release
Galaxy S10e January 2020
Galaxy S10 January 2020
Galaxy S10+ January 2020
Galaxy M20 January 2020
Galaxy S9 February 2020
Galaxy S9+ February 2020
Galaxy Note9 February 2020
Galaxy A30 February 2020
Galaxy M30 February 2020
Galaxy Note10 February 2020
Galaxy Note10+ February 2020
Galaxy A50s April 2020
Galaxy A70 April 2020
Galaxy A9 (2018) April 2020
Galaxy A80 April 2020
Galaxy Tab S6 April 2020
Galaxy A6 May 2020
Galaxy A6+ May 2020
Galaxy A7 (2018) May 2020
Galaxy A10s May 2020
Galaxy A30s May 2020
Galaxy A50 May 2020
Galaxy J6 June 2020
Galaxy A10 June 2020
Galaxy A20 June 2020
Galaxy A20s June 2020
Galaxy J6+ July 2020
Galaxy J7 Duo July 2020
Galaxy J8 July 2020
Galaxy Tab S5e July 2020
Galaxy Tab S4 July 2020
Galaxy Tab A July 2020
Galaxy Tab A with S-Pen August 2020
Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018) September 2020

If you happen to live in a country other than India, China, Israel, and the Philippines, you can check if the rollout schedule for your country is posted by heading over to the Notices section in the Samsung Members app. And if it is, do let us know by sending in a tip through here.

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