The series of Samsung Galaxy S10 was certainly very successful, also in terms of software, since the devices in the range have benefited from it three major Android updates. In addition, smartphones again received monthly security patches for up to three years April 2022, when the quarterly release took place, which lasted until early 2023. Since then, the Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ have actually stopped receiving any updates. It has now added itself to this list Galaxy S10 5G, which continued to benefit from updates every three months.
In fact, the company has decided to stop any update unless it is necessary to fix an important security vulnerability. The only exception in this sense is represented by the Galaxy S10 Lite, which continues to receive security patches since it launched almost a year later than the devices. However, he is not received either the new One UI 6.0 based on Android 14.
And just for the brand new One UI 6.0, a preliminary list of smartphones that will receive the update was recently published. Obviously, these are the first devices to receive the update will be the smartphones of the Galaxy S23 series. Next up are the leaflets Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. As for the schedule, the beta version of the new custom UI will be released in August, while the stable version is scheduled to be released in October.