Google has confirmed that the Android Q update would be simply called Android 10. That is, the Android 10 update is not being named after any dessert started with the letter Q, a break from the naming scheme Google adopted for the Android OS updates thus far except for the few first ones in the Android OS’s history. As Xiaomi’s Manu Kumar Jain says, this marks an end of an era of the yummy names that included: Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream, Jellybean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo and Pie!
That said, we’re pretty excited to see what Google is offering with the Android 10 update and which devices would be receiving the update soon after the release. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the potential release date of Android 10 and the eligible devices.
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Update [January 24, 2020]: South Korean OEM, LG, is yet to roll out Android 10 for the European or Global variants of its flagship devices. And at a time when most of LG’s rivals have already released a couple of Android 10 updates, the Korean company is only announcing the release date of the said OTA.
As per LG Italia, Android 10 will be available for 9 LG smartphones. The rollout will begin with V50 ThinQ in February and end with LG K50S, K40S, K50, and Q60 in the fourth quarter of 2020. LG G8X ThinQ will get the update in the second quarter, while the LG G7 ThinQ, G8S ThinQ, and V40 ThinQ are scheduled for the update between July and September.
Update [January 23, 2020]: One of the leading smartphone manufacturers in the world, Motorola, has released the latest version of Android for its Moto G7 Plus. The device has become the first non-Android One Motorola device to receive Android 10. The Moto G8 and G8 Plus, which succeeded Moto G7 and G7 Plus, respectively, in 2019, are yet to receive the update.
The update is currently live in Brazil and Mexico. It also brings the December 2019 security patch.
Update [Januray 21, 2020]: The leading telecom company in the United States, Verizon, has announced an update for the LG G8 ThinQ. Yes, the excruciating wait has come to an end as Verizon is finally all set to release Android 10 for the current LG flagship. The roll out is set to commence in the coming days.
Another telecom giant, Sprint, started rolling out Android 10 at the start of January 2020. The update is rolling out as software version G820U20d.
Update [January 21, 2020]: Last year in November, many users, specifically in Europe, claimed they had received the latest version of Android on their Huawei devices. Huawei has confirmed that it had only released the beta to select devices at the time and has only begun rolling out the stable Android 10-based EMUI 10 to its smartphone lineup.
The P30 Pro, P30, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20, Mate 20 X, and Nova 5T are receiving the update first, while others are scheduled to get it in the coming months. The update is being rolled out incrementally, which means that users in some regions might receive the OTA faster than others.
Update [January 17, 2020]: LG has started rolling out the latest version of Android — Android 10 — to its V50 ThinQ in South Korea. Apart from Android 10, the software update, which carries software version V500N20b, brings the December 2019 security patch and a revamped camera UI.
Update [January 08, 2020]: Samsung has started rolling out an update to the mid-range Galaxy A40s bringing Android 10 with One UI 2.0 to users in China and Hong Kong.
Update [December 23, 2019]: South Korean OEM, Samsung has released the stable build of Android 10 for the Unlocked Galaxy S10 trio in the United States. Dubbed as software version CSKP, the update brings the December 2019 security patch alongside One UI 2.
Update [December 19, 2019]: OnePlus has a reputation for releasing major software updates ahead of most of its competitors, and Android 10 wasn’t going to be an exception. The company successfully rolled out the software to its current flagships, the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro. Sadly, it couldn’t replicate the same results with last year’s OnePlus 6 and 6T.
Even after multiple attempts, the company failed to release a working, stable build of Android 10 and had to pause the rollout until further notice. Now, OnePlus is back again with a stable Android 10 update, hoping it’d finally take care of the issues, for good. Dubbed as OxygenOS 10.3.0, the OTA is bringing the latest version of Android, fixing critical bugs, delivering the November 2019 security patch, and more.
See, the changelog below to know more.
- Upgraded to Android 10
- Brand new UI for Android 10
- Fixed the automatic reboot issue
- Added the notch area display option in the settings (Settings>Display>Notch display>Hide the notch area)
- Fixed the issue with lock screen appearing even after unlocking the device with the password
- Fixed the issue with Navigation bar after upgrade
- Fixed the Digital wellbeing option missing in settings
- Updated android security patch to 2019.11
- Fingerprint unlock functionality improvement
- Fixed the issue of WiFi connection to 5GHz networks
Update [December 17, 2019]: LG is not usually the fastest when it comes to software updates, but it’s still doing good work with Android One devices. The South Korean OEM has started rolling out the latest version of Android to LG G7 One, making it the only mid-range LG device to get the update. Apart from the boost to Android 10, the sub 800 MB-update also improves camera performance, and brings the latest security patches.
— M (@wakin08) December 17, 2019
Update [December 17, 2019]: After Sprint, AT&T and Verizon have also started rolling out the latest version of Android to the Galaxy S10 trio. If you’re an AT&T user, you’ll need to change your device’s date to December 19th and check for the update to be able to download the 2.3 GB package.
Both AT&T and Verizon are rolling out the software incrementally, so, it could be a couple of days before all devices get the opportunity to run Android 10.
Update [December 16, 2019]: Sprint has started rolling out Android 10-based One UI 2 for the Galaxy S10 users in the United States. The OTA package, which carries software version CSKP, brings the December 2019 security patch alongside the latest version of Android.
Update [December 16, 2019]: Three days earlier, Samsung released Android 10-based One UI 2 for the Note 10 users who took part in the One UI 2 beta program. Now, the update is being released to the general users in Germany. We don’t have additional details at the moment, but more regions could get the update in the coming days.
Update [December 13, 2019]: Christmas has come early for Note 10 users, as they are finally set to get the taste of Android 10 on their device. Five One UI 2 betas and over a month of testing later, Samsung has finally started rolling out Android 10 for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
Android 10 is coming in as software version N970FXXU1BSL7 for Note 10 and N975FXXU1BSL7 for Note 10 Plus. The packages also deliver the December 2019 security patch alongside the latest version of Android.
Update [December 12, 2019]: Samsung has pulled a surprise out of its hat, releasing the stable version of Android for the Galaxy M20 and M30. None of the devices were part of the One UI 2 beta program, so, this update has left users quite astonished, more so because Samsung is yet to release Android 10 for the Galaxy Note 10 devices.
The updates, which carry software version M205FDDU3CSL4 for M20 and M305FDDU3CSL4 for M30, also bring the December 2019 security patch.
Update [December 12, 2019]: Motorola may have lost its grip in the upper end of the smartphone market, but it has continued to bolster its presence in the mid-range sector. The Motorola One Power isn’t the most alluring device by any means, but the commitment the company has shown to keep it up to date is truly commendable.
Almost a month after kicking off a closed Android 10 beta program for the device, the American tech giant has released the stable Android 10 build for the Motorola One Power. The company has confirmed that it is a staged rollout, so, your device might not get the update right away, but it’s guaranteed to taste Google’s latest OS by January 10th.
Update [December 11, 2019]: Almost a week after releasing Android 10 for the Nokia 9 PureView, the company has started rolling out the latest version of Android for the Nokia 7.1. As we know, the mid-range device is one of Nokia’s finer offerings, so, it’s not really surprising to see the company releasing the update so early. Dubbed as software version 4.08B, the update also carries the November 2019 security patch alongside all the Android 10 goodness.
Update [December 10, 2019]: Almost two weeks after Android 10 was released for the LTE S10 devices, Samsung has released Google’s latest OS for the 5G variant of the Galaxy S10. Dubbed as software version G977NKSU2BSL2, the update also brings the December 2019 security patch.
Update [December 05, 2019]: Hours after Sony’s grand release, Nokia, too, has started rolling out Android 10 to its 9 PureView. The Finnish smartphone manufacturers have re-established its foothold in the smartphone industry with the launch of multiple value-for-money devices over the last couple of years. Most of them are part of the Android One program, which guarantees two Android upgrades and regular security patches for three years.
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— Nokia Mobile (@NokiaMobile) December 5, 2019
Coming to more premium devices, like the Nokia 9 PureView, the company has always maintained a commendable response rate. And this latest release only goes on to bolster Nokia’s reputation. As confirmed by Nokia’s Twitter handle, the update is now rolling out to the concerned device and packs a bunch of features. The company has also promised a chunky camera update in the future.
Update [December 05, 2019]: Living up to its promise of delivering Android 10 to eight Xperia devices, Sony has started rolling out Google’s latest mobile OS to the Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 smartphones. The company, which has been a little out of sorts lately, but their unflinching commitment towards serving the customers is ought to win some brownie points.
The highly-anticipated OTA is rolling out as software version v55.1A.0.748 for the two devices, worldwide, and the process is not different from any other previously released updates. Alongside Android 10, the package is also bringing the November 2019 security patch.
Before updating, however, you should now that the update is not as stable as Sony would’ve liked. Many users have reported a complete collapse of call and mobile data services after the update. Also, once you migrate to Android 10, there’s no going back. So, it’s probably better to let Sony address the issues before hopping on board.
Update [December 02, 2019]: While many users have already published their take on Android 10, a few other companies are only starting to tease the upcoming version of Android. Chinese OEM, ZTE, isn’t a frontrunner by any means, but it’s great to see the company trying to keep its customers up to date.
As per ZTE’s post on Weibo (via XDA), the upcoming Android 10-based skin would be called MiFavor 10 and would bring all of Android 10’s standout features. Keeping in line with Android 10’s dark theme, MiFavor 10 has been molded in black and comes with a bunch of dark wallpapers. From the reworked notification delivery system and system navigation gestures to voice control and smart text select, MiFavor 10’s bringing plenty of goodies, which are bound to make you excited.
Although ZTE hasn’t shared the rollout timeline yet, it has confirmed that Android 10 is coming to Axon 10 Pro, Blade V10, and Axon 9 Pro.
Update [December 01, 2019]: LG has released the stable build of Android 10 for its G8 ThinQ. The OTA, which brings software version G820N20c brings the November 2019 security patch alongside the highly-anticipated Google’s latest Android OS.
Update [November 28, 2019]: Seven beta updates and a couple of rigorous months later, Samsung has finally released the stable build of Android 10-based One UI 2 for the LTE Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 Plus. The update, which carries software version BSKO —G970FXXU3BSKO for the S10e, G973FXXU3BSKO for the S10, and G975FXXU3BSKO for the S10+ — also brings the December 2019 security patch.
Update [November 27, 2019]: Samsung Isreal has published the roadmap for the Android 10-based One UI 2 update on the Samsung Members app. As per the post, Galaxy S10, Note 10, and Note 9 would be the first devices to get Android 10, receiving the update in January 2020. Galaxy S9 duo, on the other hand, isn’t due before April 2020.
As it was posted by Samsung Israel, it could be the company’s roadmap for Israel only. The South Korean OEM has been exceptionally prompt with beta updates for its current flagships, and we don’t see any reason why it would take a couple more months to flesh out the stable release. At least in the US, India, and the UK, the update could roll out in December itself. Check out the screenshot (via Sammobile) below to get the complete list of Android 10-supported Samsung devices.
Update [November 26, 2019]: Realme has made quite a name for itself in quite a short period of time, and its latest announcement is bound to earn a few more admirers. As revealed by the company on Twitter, its Android 10-based ROM, ColorOS 7, is ready to see the light of day in the form of a beta update. As of now, ColorOS 7 beta will only be available to Realme X2 Pro, but more devices are expected to join the pack sooner than later.
You can register for the program until December 3rd. The rollout will begin on December 18th. To get yourself registered for the program, simply follow this link and fill out the details.
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— realme (@realmemobiles) November 26, 2019
Update [November 15, 2019]: It took them a while, but Sony’s software team finally as the Android 10 device list and release date ready for you. Shared on their blog today, Sony reveals that while both the Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 will get Android 10 in December, the Xperia 10, 10 Plus, Xperia XZ2, XZ2 Compact, XZ2 Premium, and Xperia XZ3 will receive the update in early 2020. Of course, once among the first to release the latest Android version update, Sony looks to be following HTC’s path now and that is obviously not a good sign.
Update [November 05, 2019]: Motorola One Power is set to become one of the first Motorola devices to get Android 10. The company has started distributing Android 10 beta — build number QPT30.52-2 — to users enrolled with the Motorola Feedback Network and should make the software public sooner than later.
Update [November 03, 2019]: Asus has joined the elite list of smartphone manufacturers to release a stable build of Android 10 for their devices. Yes, the Taiwanese tech giant has started rolling out Android 10 for its 2019 flagship, Zenfone 6. The 810MB update carries software version 17.1810.1910.63 and introduces Android 10-based Zen UI 6. The update has been released globally (US and India, both released) and should be available to every Zenfone 6 device over the next couple of days.
Update [November 02, 2019]: The Wi-Fi alliance has approved the stable version of Android 10 for all variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family. The update should roll out before the end of November.
Update [October 30, 2019]: As per Realme, Realme X2 and X2 Pro will get Android 10 ahead of every other device, getting the update in November 2019. Realme 3 Pro, Realme X, Realme 5 Pro, and Realme XT will get Android 10 in Q1 2020. Realme 3 and Realme 5 will get the same in Q2 2020, while Realme 3i and Realme 2 Pro would be the last to get the update — Q3 2020.
Update [October 25, 2019]: Samsung has released the Android 10 update for Note 10 and Note 10+ users in Europe. Coming in as One UI 2 beta update, version ZSJF, it’s expected to be available in the US soon, but it would be limited to the unlocked variants only. So, if you have a Note 10/10+ at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon, you won’t get the One UI 2 beta update (officially). Samsung also released the beta 2 update for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+, which also arrives as ZSJF.
Update [October 09, 2019]: Nokia 8.1 is now receiving the stable Android 10 update, becoming the first Nokia device to run the latest OS and leaves the likes of S10 and Note 10 in the dust.
Update [October 08, 2019]: Samsung has announced the Android 10 update, finally! Coming in as One UI 2 beta for the S10, S10+, and S10e (later for S10 5G), users in Korea will be able to join the beta program soon. [October 9: Announced for the US, too.]
Update [September 21, 2019]: OnePlus is rolling out the stable Android 10 update for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro handsets, coming in as OxygenOS 10 update.
Update [September 03, 2019]: Google has released the Android 10 update today. The stable Android 10 OTA update is already rolling out for the Pixel devices, for which it’s also available as factory images (firmware). In less surprising news, but impressive nonetheless, Essential has also released stable Android 10 update for its Essential phone, although a bit limited to few open markets only.
In very surprising and equally pleasing news though, two custom skin-toting devices are also getting the Android 10 update today. We emphasize on custom skin because customizing the Android OS update Google releases with the custom skin of its own is a big task for an OEM. Thankfully, OnePlus has done this already with OxygenOS 10, as they are able to roll out Android 10 update for two of their devices, OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro, as Open Beta 1 update. Yes, that’s a beta version of OxygenOS 10 update that is based on the stable Android 10 OS build from Google. Well done, OnePlus!
August 30, 2019: Xiaomi has opened up its Android 10 beta program for the Redmi K20 Pro users, and it’s open till September 8th. Find more details in Xiaomi’s section below.
August 27, 2019: As confirmed by Huawei’s official Twitter handle, the P30 series will get updated to Android 10-based EMUI 10. The company hasn’t announced a release date yet.
August 23, 2019: Samsung One UI 2.0 update that will bring Android 10 for its users, leaked out today for the Galaxy S10 Plus. This means the Android 10 development in is full swing at Samsung, and that they may release the big update even before when we estimated them.
August 23, 2019: Xiaomi says that its Mi A3 will be among the first to receive Android 10.
Android 10 Release Date
When will my Android phone get Android 10?
- Stable Android 10 released for Moto G7 Plus in Brazil and Mexico
- Stable Android 10 rolled out to LG V50 ThinQ in South Korea
- Stable Android 10 update is now available for Pixel devices of all generations
- Essential has rolled out the stable Android 10 update too in select open markets
- Stable Android 10 update available on OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro as OxygenOS 10
- Release date will wildly differ for various phones from various OEMs (hint: Android Pie is still rolling out for few devices)
To know the estimated release date and more of various devices, see their OEM’s page here: Samsung | Motorola | LG | OnePlus. But for a quicker, we have got you a simple Android 10 device list of various OEMs right below.
OEM-wise Device List
Here’s a list of eligible Android 10 devices for various OEMs. Note that the list consists of two sections – one with devices that Google has confirmed will get the update and another section that is based on our guesses. Of course, we’ll update the latter with official info once provided by respective vendors.
Which Asus devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Asus phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Asus ZenFone 6 (Asus 6Z in India)
- Android 10 is now available (15 Nov 2019)
- Asus ZenFone 5Z
- Android 10 beta is available
- Asus ZenFone 5
- Asus ZenFone Max Pro (M1)
- Asus ZenFone Max Pro (M2)
- Asus ZenFone Max (M1)
- Asus ZenFone Max (M2)
- Asus ROG Phone
- Asus ROG Phone 2
Which Oppo devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s all that you need to know.
BlackBerry has never rolled out two Android OS updates to any of its devices since the PRIV. In fact, some users of the KEYone are stuck on Android Nougat, the debuting OS, and won’t receive Oreo, leave alone Pie. That said, it’s likely that none of the latest BB phones will get Android 10, that is, the Blackberry KEY2, BlackBerry KEY2 LE, Blackberry Evolve and Blackberry Evolve X.
The stable Android 10 update is already available for the Essential phone,m the same day Google released the update for its Pixel devices. But not all the Essential Phones around the world can get the Android 10 update right now as it’s available only for few open market devices. So, if you have the Essential Phone locked to a carrier, you still have to wait (probably only for a few days/weeks).
Which Pixel phones will get Android 10?
Google has released the stable Android 10 update for its original Pixel devices, Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a and their XL variants. It’s available as an OTA update, and for those who are interested, factory images are also available.
The upcoming devices from Google, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, should be running Android 10 out of the box.
- Google Pixel and Pixel XL
- Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL
- Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
- Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL
If you have a thing for visuals, then you can download the Android 10 wallpapers here.
Which HTC devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of HTC phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- HTC U12+
- HTC Exodus 1
Which Huawei devices will get Android 10?
Huawei Android 10 update will be identified by their custom skin, EMUI 10. And here’s a list of Huawei phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Huawei Nova 5T
- Huawei Nova 4
- Huawei Nova 3 and 3i
- Huawei P Smart+, P Smart 2019
- Huawei Y6 2019 and Y6 Pro 2019
August 27, 2019: Huawei says that its P30 handsets will receive the Android 10 update in the form of EMUI 10 OS very soon.
Which Honor devices will get Android 10?
Honor is a sub-brand of Huawei, and thus, its Android 10 update will also be identified as EMUI 10. And here’s a list of Honor phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Honor 8X and 8X Max
- Honor Play 8A
- Honor Magic 2
- Honor Magic 2 3D
Which LG devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of LG phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- LG G8X ThinQ [Download] — Stable Android 10 to be available in Q2 2020.
- LG G8S ThinQ — Stable Android 10 to be available in Q2 2020.
- LG V50 ThinQ — Stable Android 10 now available in South Korea as software version V500N20b (Jan 17th, 2020) | Global release in February 2020
- LG V40 ThinQ — Stable Android 10 to be available in Q3 2020
- LG V35 ThinQ
- LG V30S ThinQ
Which Motorola devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Motorola phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Moto Z4
- One Action
- Moto One
- Moto One Power
- Moto Z3 and Z3 Play
- Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Play, and Moto G7 Power
Which Nokia devices will get Android 10?
Nokia has already confirmed which of its devices will receive Android 10 update and when. here’s a list of Nokia phones that will get Android 10.
These Nokia devices have received Android 10 update:
- Nokia 8.1 (October 9)
- Nokia 6.1 Plus (January 6)
- Nokia 7 Plus (January 7)
Here are the expected Android 10 release dates for various Nokia devices, as per Nokia:
- Q4 2019: Nokia 7.1, Nokia 8.1, and Nokia 9 PureView
- January 2020: Nokia 2.2, Nokia 3.1 Plus, Nokia 3.2, and Nokia 4.2
- February 2020: Nokia 6.1
- March 2020: Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 5.1 Plus, and Nokia 8 Sirocco
- Q2 2020: Nokia 2.1, Nokia 3.1, Nokia 5.1, and Nokia 1
Update [January 07, 2020]: Good news, Nokia 7 Plus users! Android 10 stable update is finally rolling out to units in India, Finland, Philippines, Egypt, UAE, Sweden, and Norway. The update carries the software version V4.10C and weighs 1422.3MB. Besides December 2019 Android security patches, the update brings with it Dark mode, new gesture navigation, Smart Reply, and the latest privacy and location controls.
Update [January 06, 2020]: HMD Global has now released an update to the Nokia 6.1 Plus bringing Android 10 with December 2019 Android security. The update (via Reddit) carries version V4.10C and weighs around 1302MB. The changelog states that the update features Dark mode, Smart reply, new gesture navigation, and updated privacy controls.
Update [October 09, 2019]: Nokia is now rolling out Android 10 for its Nokia 8.1 handsets.
Update [September 27, 2019]: Nokia announced that they plan to roll out Android 10 Go update for the Nokia 1 Plus in Q1 2020, and the same for Nokia 2.1 and Nokia 1 in Q2 2020.
Which OnePlus devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of OnePlus phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
Update [September 21, 2019]: The stable Android 10 update is now available for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro as OxygenOS 10 OS upgrade.
Which Oppo devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Oppo phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Oppo Reno
- Oppo R17
- Oppo R17 Pro
- Oppo Find X
- Oppo F11
- Oppo F11 Pro
Which Realme devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Realme phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Realme 5
- Realme 5 Pro
- Realme 2 Pro
- Realme 3
- Realme X
- Realme 3i
- Realme XT
- Realme X2
- Realme X2 Pro
- Realme 3 Pro
Which Samsung devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Samsung phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
The Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, S8 Active, and Galaxy Note 8 won’t receive the Android 10 update from Samsung.
Update [January 08, 2020]: The mid-range Galaxy A40s gets an official update to Android 10 with One UI 2.0 in China and Hong Kong. This is the sixth device after the Galaxy Note 10, S10, Note 9, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 to get a stable Android 10 update.
Update [October 25, 2019]: Released for Note 10 and Note 10 Plus today in Europe as version ZSJF.
Update [October 25, 2019]: Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ users are getting Android 10 beta 2 update under the One UI 2 test program, coming in software version ZSJF.
Update [October 08, 2019]: The company has finally announced the Android 10 update for the S10, S10+, and S10e handsets. Dubbed One UI 2, the beta program will be live soon in Korea. We expect the One UI 2 beta program to become available in the US and Europe pretty soon, too, and the same goes for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus handsets.
Update [Auugg 23, 2019]: Samsung’s Android 10 update that will come in the form of One UI 2.0, got leaked today (see here). The One UI 2.0 update was seen running on the Galaxy S10 Plus. It was an early build, but it gave us two things; One, a brief look at the small changes in the One UI 2.0 over One UI 1.x, and two, this proves that the Android 10 development is going well at Samsung and if luck is on our side, Samsung may beat our estimates to Galaxy S10 and Note 10 Android 10 release.
Which Sony devices will get Android 10?
Update [January 6, 2020]: Sony has updated the following Xperia device with the official Android 10 software:
- Xperia XZ3
- Xperia XZ2
- Xperia XZ2 Compact
- Xperia XZ2 Premium
The update carries the version 52.1.A.0.532 and weighs around 730 MB. XDA notes that the new software doesn’t enable gesture-based navigation, new recent apps window, new Google Search bar in dark mode, and the new launcher.
Update [November 15, 2019]: Sony has confirmed the devices that will receive the Android Android 10 update. Below is the list of Sony Android phones confirmed to receive Android 10. along with the target release dates.
- Sony Xperia 1 (December 2019)
- Sony Xperia 5 (December 2019)
- Sony Xperia 10 (Early 2020)
- Sony Xperia 10 Plus (Early 2020)
- Sony Xperia XZ2 (Released in Jan 2020)
- Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact (Released in Jan 2020)
- Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium (Released in Jan 2020)
- Sony Xperia XZ3 (Released in Jan 2020)
Which Vivo devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Vivo phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Vivo Nex S
- Vivo Nex A
- Vivo X27
- Vivo V15
- Vivo V15 Pro
- Vivo iQOO
- Vivo NEX Dual Display
Which Xiaomi devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of Xiaomi phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- Xiaomi Mi A3
- Xiaomi Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite
- Xiaomi Mi Play
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and 7 Pro
- Xiaomi Black Shark and Black Shark 2
- Xiaomi Redmi K20 and K20 Pro
September 04, 2019: True that! As was earlier rumored (see below), Xiaomi has rolled out Android 10 update for the Redmi K20 Pro users already, XDA Developer reports. The update is available both in China and India, but not in the other markets. What makes this special is that this is a stable Android 10 update, not the beta build like the ones OnePlus released today. Not that OnePlus did any bad, but releasing the stable Android 10 update the same day as Google is surely worthy of tons of praise. However, Xiaomi’s portfolio of devices is large and how quick they are in updating most of the devices to Android 10 is what that will count.
August 30, 2019: Xiaomi is opening up its first Android 10 beta program, and it’s for the Redmi K20 Pro users. If you have the device and a thing to be the one to test out the latest OS update before others, well, here is your chance. Apply here. You can apply from today, and till September 8th. If selected, you will an Android 10 based MIUI 10 ROM. Find more details here.
Which ZTE devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of ZTE phones that shall be getting Android 10 update:
- ZTE Axon 10 Pro and 10 Pro 5G
- ZTE Blade V10
- ZTE Axon 9 Pro
- ZTE Nubia X
- ZTE Nubia Red Magic and Mars edition
- ZTE Nubia Z18
Keep in mind that this isn’t the official or final list of devices that will receive Android 10 update; however, most devices in the list should get the update at some point, although we still expect vendors to publish their official roadmaps later this year.
Stay tuned to this space since we will be adding the latest news regarding the Android 10 update.
Can you get Android 10 update unofficially
Well, even if your device doesn’t receive Android 10 update from its manufacturer, it may still get Android 10 update. Via custom ROMs.
Yes, thanks to the availability of the wide variety of custom ROMs, many Android devices have received newer OS updates despite manufacturer dropping the support for them for a long time. Check out more about Android 10 custom ROMs below.
Android 10 Custom ROMs
As of August 23, 2019, no custom ROM based on Android 10 is available. But we will be sure to update this page once a ROM running Android 10 at heart is released for the public.
So keep watching this space.
Which Android device have you got?
Let us know which Android device do you use. We will let you know whether that device will receive the Android 10 update from its manufacturer or not. At least officially.