The new update to Samsung’s One UI 2.0, which is based on Android 10, has already become available for Note 10+ and Note 10 devices in Europe days ago, and now it’s beginning to reach devices from the United States too.
First devices to receive the update
The new update is finally reaching units sold in the United States, and it looks like Verizon is the first carrier to flip the distribution switch. Many users of Note 10 or Note10+ devices report that the update is live and ongoing, becoming available for more and more devices as minutes pass.
I haven’t received the update. What do I do?
Those who are in the US and bought their Note10 or Note10+ device from Verizon but still haven’t automatically received the update can manually check for its availability via the device’s settings.
It’s expected that the rollout will take at least a few days and users hope that other carriers will also allow the update to be released as soon as possible. Unlocked models are expected to receive the update a bit later, as they always have.
What does the update feature?
Part of the update is a Live Transcribe feature alongside the system-wide Smart Reply overlay. There are also many other goodies signed off by Google embedded in the operating system’s latest version, including everything developed by Samsung for their proprietary One UI.