Samsung might have stated that next year is when the Galaxy S10 family of devices will get the latest Android 10 update, but they have been well ahead of schedule with what they have been doing in recent weeks.
Note that this update has been rolled out to the Galaxy S10+ users in Europe for a while now, but not all European countries were getting it then. We are now happy to state that beta testers in even more European countries – all of Slovakia, Greece and the UK – have now been able to switch to the stable build of the Android 10 update.
It seems this update is going to those who got their phones from retailers and not a carrier – as it is expected that carriers will have to tweak the update to work with their devices first. At the same time, it is worthy of note that the intended January 2020 date for update rollout could now be when the update ends for the Galaxy S10+.
No matter which it is, the current update is weighed at 1979MB and also ships with the security patch for December. Let us know if you have also started getting the same update in your region.