Revealed: All The Samsung Phones Getting Android 10

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Android 10 has been out for a few weeks now, but only Pixel owners have been experiencing its convenient functionality. There have been whispers it's coming to Samsung devices soon but the actual models that will be supported has remained a bit of a mystery. Thankfully, a list has now been leaked to clear everything up.

Android 10 Is Coming To Samsung Phones Sooner Than You Think

Android 10 has been out for a hot minute, but only Google Pixel owners have been getting the full suite of new features. But that could soon change. A report from SamMobile suggests Samsung Galaxy owners are next to experience the update - and they could get it as soon as early October.

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A screenshot containing a list of the Samsung devices to receive the Android 10 update, when it's eventually available, was obtained by Android Pure. Included was the Galaxy S series, the Note Series, M Series, J Series, A Series and Tab Series.

But here, check out the list of who will receive Android 10 for yourself:

Galaxy S series

  • S10, 10+
  • S9, S9+
  • S10e

Galaxy Note series

  • Note 10, 10+
  • Note 9

Galaxy M series

  • M40
  • M30, M30s
  • M20
  • M10

Galaxy J series

  • J8
  • J6, J6+
  • J4, J4+
  • J7 Duo
  • J7, J5, J3 (18)

Galaxy A series

  • A90 5G
  • A80
  • A70
  • A60
  • A50, A50s
  • A40
  • A30, A30s
  • A20, A20e
  • A10, A10s, A10e
  • A9 Pro (19)
  • A9
  • A7
  • A6, A6+
  • A8, A9 Star
  • A8, A9 Star Lite

Galaxy Tab series

  • Tab S5e
  • Tab S4
  • Tab A (19, 18)

Earlier this week, SamMobile reported the beta of Android 10 was due to release for Samsung devices in the United States and Europe in October. While Google is yet to confirm when it would begin rolling it out, if the reports are true, it's likely Australian Samsung owners wouldn't follow too far behind.

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