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Galaxy S10+ UK

(Topic created on: 20-01-2021 01:25 PM)
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badbackbilly
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This morning I got the December security patch, now just looking forward for the One UI 3 stroll on February when it's due for this phone
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Aklima
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Hi,
most s10+ are claiming they have the new UI 3 update already this month.
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badbackbilly
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I wish according to the Samsung members list just last week the S10+ is due in Feb
JAMES4578
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@badbackbilly  perhaps some do have One UI  3.0  but official date now stated to be February for S10, S10 Plus,  S10e, S 10 Note, S10 Note Plus. Originally articles said  January though.

I do not work for Samsung or make Samsung Products but provide independent advice and valuable contributions.


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badbackbilly
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Ye it's probably that on Reddit earlier it said March 21 and Samsung are rolling out another Beta one again.

My son has a Pixel and he had the One UI 3 in November abit annoying really. I like the Samsung's Galaxy range as they have the Micro SD card
Edgie70
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I've read online that the S10 roll out has been stopped by Samsung , check sammyfans 

badbackbilly
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ye I had s bulletin this morning saying postponed for up to two months, no good news for us S10 owners
JAMES4578
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@badbackbilly @Edgie70  Certainly  disapointing, apparently due to some bugs  noteably camera  blur and device heating up.  May also be others, however obviously need to be ironed out.  https://www.sammobile.com/news/stable-galaxy-s10-android-11-one-ui-3-0-update-pulled/ 

I do not work for Samsung or make Samsung Products but provide independent advice and valuable contributions.


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badbackbilly
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Ye it must be a nightmare to be honest, I'd rather everything working ok than having issues, still disappointing though.