The South Korean smartphone manufacturer launches several phones every year. The company’s affordable offering, the Galaxy A10s, is now getting updated to Android 11.
The phone will be getting the latest security patch as well. If you are wondering, the Galaxy A10s was launched back in 2019 with Android 9 out of the box.
This is the phone’s last major OS update. In the future, the phone will only be getting security updates. The Android 11 software update is currently rolling out in Malaysia and Vietnam, but we expect a worldwide release soon.
The Galaxy A10s features the Mediatek MT7262 Helio P22 processor with a 6.2 inch TFT LCD screen.
The update brings the phone firmware to version A107FXXU8CUG1 with the June 2021 security patch.
The phone is updated with a refreshed UI, improved stock Samsung apps such as Samsung Keyboard, Samsung Internet, and many more.
You can also set one-time permissions, auto reset permissions, remove GPS tags from images, and easier access to smart home controls, customizable lock screen amongst many others.
Moreover, the company claims that the phone’s performance is also being optimized and that users will feel app switching snappier.
The new update also claims to have fixed the Android Auto bug that some users were facing.
It is really good to know that smartphone manufacturers are adhering to their two-year major OS update promise.
If you live in Malaysia or Vietnam, you can update to the latest version by checking for Software Updates on the phone.