Galaxy S10 Series gets new firmware after the end of software support

The Samsung Galaxy S10 was one of the most popular devices, and the device has crossed its update cycle limit, as Samsung has already pushed the three major updates and also kept its promise to give four years of software updates. The company is still giving some extra updates to the device. Currently, the device is receiving a new update with the same March patch.

Earlier, Samsung rolled out the update for the Galaxy S10 series on Verizon; now, for the unlocked variant of the devices, users who own the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers G973U1UEU9IWH2, G975U1UEU9IWH2, and G970U1UEU9IWH2, respectively.

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With the latest update, Samsung hasn’t brought anything new to the device. As far as the official changelog is concerned, it only contains the terms and conditions changes that are described under the dispute resolution agreement. You can agree to the new terms just by installing the new update.

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Additionally, the changelog also says that the update also brings an improvement in security, but as it comes with the older patch, there is very little chance of major changes being made to the device.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 was released back in 2019. The device came with Android 9 preinstalled; later, it received three more major updates, and currently, it is running on Android 12. This is the last update. Now the device is no longer eligible for any update; however, it is not exactly sure because Samsung sometimes distributes surprise updates. 

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