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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March 31, 2020: One of the leading telecom companies in the United States, Verizon Wireless, has started rolling out the highly-anticipated Android 10 update for the Moto Z4. Carrying software version QDF30.130-42, the update brings a host of features, such as Dark mode, revamped gesture-based navigation system, Wi-Fi connectivity through QR Code scanning, option to adjust any volume without leaving the screen you’re on, improved notifications management, and more.
March 30, 2020: Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Realme, has finally started rolling out Android 10 to its X2 and X2 Pro. The devices, like other dated Realme devices, came with OPPO’s Color OS 6.1 — Android Pie — out of the box. Android 10, however, is finally allowing Realme to break out of OPPO’s grasp and bring their very own Realme UI. It still looks quite similar to OPPO’s ColorOS 7, but there are some subtle differences here and there.
The update is currently rolling out in India and should be globally available within a couple of weeks.
March 30, 2020: South Korean OEM, Samsung, is still working on making Android 10 available to as many devices as possible, and this rollout only attests to its efforts. Rolling out for the Galaxy A9 (2018), the update brings Android 10-based One UI 2 alongside the March 2020 security patch. Carrying software version A920FXXU3CTCD, the update is currently airborne in Poland, but should be available across regions in the coming days.
March 28, 2020: The beta version of the Android 10 update is now available for Moto One handset. The beta update arrives as software version QPK30.54-22, and brings in February 2020 security patch, too.
March 26, 2020: The Galaxy Fold is one of the most expensive devices Samsung‘s ever produced, but updates haven’t come as thick and fast as enthusiasts expected. The South Korean smartphone manufacturer is only rolling out the Android 10-based One UI 2 update right now (France), and it would still take a couple of weeks before it fans out around the globe. The highly-anticipated update carries software version F900FXXU3BTCD and brings the March 2020 security patch alongside the latest version of Android.
March 24, 2020: Motorola hasn’t been the fastest when it comes to software updates, but the company has been pretty kind to custom ROM developers, releasing kernel sources for a bunch of devices.
March 18, 2020: Xiaomi’s Mi A3 is a great device in its own right, but the company has had a hard time optimizing Android 10 for the budget device. The Chinese OEM released the software late last month but a rogue fingerprint scanner bug drew unwarranted criticism.
Now, after rigorous testing, the company has re-released Android 10, pairing it up with the March 2020 security patch. The OTA is rolling out as software version 184.108.40.206.QFQMIXM and weighs in at 33 MB for those who had already received the February release.
March 18, 2020: Motorola has started rolling out the latest version of Android for the Moto Z4. Carrying software version QPF30.130-15-7, the OTA brings the highly anticipated Android 10 alongside the January 2020 security patch.
March 17, 2020: Foldable devices are slowly coming to the fore, and Huawei is surely doing its bit to make them as mainstream as possible. The Chinese multinational company has started rolling out Android 10-based EMUI 10 to its foldable Mate X. The highly-anticipated update, which comes with all the bells and whistles, carries software version 10.0.1.115.
March 17, 2020: Nokia 2.2 is now receiving the Android 10 update, announced the company on Twitter. The update brings the February 2020 security patch alongside the latest version of Android.
March 10, 2020: Motorola has started rolling out the stable Android 10 update to the Moto G7 Plus users in Australia carrying version QPW30.61-21. This is the same version that was rolled out to users in Brazil a couple of months ago, featuring the December 2019 Android security.
March 9, 2020: One of the pioneers in smartphone gaming, Asus, has released Android 10 for its ROG Phone II. After 4 months of vigorous beta testing, users are finally getting the taste of the latest version of Android. Here’s the changelog, as published on Asus’ official forum.
February 13, 2020: Two of Samsung’s latest mid-range phones are now receiving updates to Android 10. The Galaxy A50s in Vietnam and Galaxy A30 in India are both getting Android 10-based One UI 2 updates carrying versions A507FNXXU3BTB2 and A305FDDU4BTB3 respectively. Both devices are getting the February 2020 security patch and we can expect the rollout to expand to other markets soon.
February 13, 2020: AT&T-locked units of the LG G8 ThinQ start receiving a stable update to Android 10 featuring version G820UM20i and bringing with it December 2019 security patch.
Update [February 12, 2020]: Having only completed the beta testing for the update a while ago, Sprint is finally rolling out a stable build of Android 10 to its locked models of LG V50 ThinQ.
Update [February 7, 2020]: Samsung Galaxy M20 units in Europe are now receiving the Android 10 update with One UI 2. The update is available to users in Greece, Germany, and Luxembourg and units in other regions are set to receive a similar update in the near future.
Update [February 6, 2020]: Android 10 update has arrived on two models (TA-1050 and TA-1068) of the Nokia 6.1, carrying version V4.10C, packing December 2019 Android security and weighing 1444.3MB. The models correspond to 3GB/32GB units in UK and Australia, and Global 4GB/64GB dual-SIM versions.
Update [February 5, 2020]: AT&T locked models of the Galaxy S9/S9+ have started receiving Android 10 with One UI 2. The update carries version DTA5 and weighs around 2GB and brings January 2020 Android security.
Also available for the AT&T Note 9, too!
Update [February 4, 2020]: Android 10 finally rolls out for the US Unlocked Galaxy S9/S9+ units carrying version G965U1UEU7DTA5. The update weighs around 1.8GB and brings One UI 2 with January 2020 Android security.
Update [February 3, 2020]: US Unlocked Galaxy Note 9 units are now receiving the stable Android 10 update carrying version N960U1UEU3DTA5 with One UI 2 and January 2020 security patch (via Sammobile).
Update [February 1, 2020]: Unlocked units of the LG G8 ThinQ (G820QM) have started getting a stable update to Android 10 with software version V20a-JAN-09-2020. The update weighs in at 1889.65MB.
Update [January 31, 2020]: Asus isn’t the first name that comes to mind when we think of timely software updates. However, the Taiwanese giant has never been the one to break promises. So, fulfilling its promise, Asus has brought Android 10 an almost-two-year-old budget device — the Zenfone Max Pro M1.
The highly-anticipated OTA carries software version 17.2017.1911.407 and weighs in at 1.6GB. It’s the first Android 10 beta for the device. So, it might take Asus a couple more months to roll out the final build for the device. The update is currently rolling out in India and France.
Update[January 31, 2020]: Having already rolled out for Galaxy S9 users in Germany, Samsung has released the latest version of Android — Android 10 — in a couple more regions. As reported by Reddit users, the highly-anticipated update is rolling out for the Galaxy S9 pair in Italy and the UK. The update also brings the January 2020 security patch.]
Update [January 29, 2020]: Galaxy Note 9 units locked to Xfinity Mobile, US Cellular, Comcast, and Spectrum Mobile carriers have started receiving an update to Android 10 in the US. The update comes with software version N960USQU3DTA4 (might be different on your carrier) and brings One UI 2.0 and January 2020 Android security. US Unlocked variants of the device is set to receive the update next.
Update [January 28, 2020]: Samsung has started pushing a stable Android 10 update with One UI 2 to the Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones in Germany and in the US (through Xfinity Mobile). The update weighs a little under 2GB and comes with software version DTA5 on Xfinity Mobile-locked models in the US and as version DTAA on Global variants in Germany.
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.
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 G8 ThinQ — Stable Android 10 already out for Global (G820N20c), AT&T (G820UM20i), Sprint (G820U20d), Verizon, Unlocked (G820QM)
- 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 — South Korea- V500N20b (Jan 17) | Global release (February 2020) | Sprint (Feb 12)
- 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: Released for Verizon Z4 on 31st March 2020.
- One Action
- Moto One (Android 10 beta released on March 27, 2020)
- 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 9 PureView
- Nokia 6.1 Plus (January 6)
- Nokia 7 Plus (January 7)
- Nokia 7.1
- Nokia 7.2 (March 31)
- Nokia 6.1 (February 6)
- Nokia 2.2 (March 17)
Here are the expected Android 10 release dates for various Nokia devices, as per Nokia:
Q2 2020: Nokia 3.1 Plus, Nokia 3.2, and Nokia 4.2, Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 5.1 Plus, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 2.1, Nokia 3.1, Nokia 5.1, and Nokia 1
Update [March 17, 2020]: Nokia 2.2 is now receiving the Android 10 update, announced the company on Twitter.
Update [February 06, 2020]: Android 10 update has arrived on two models (TA-1050 and TA-1068) of the Nokia 6.1, carrying version V4.10C, December 2019 security patch and weighing 1444.3MB. The update is currently available for some Global models as well as units in the UK and Australia.
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.
Which OnePlus devices will get Android 10?
Well, here’s a list of OnePlus phones that have received the Android 10 update:
Well, here’s a list of OnePlus phones that will receive the Android 10 update now:
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 (Released on February 28)
- 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 are 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 [February 13, 2020]: Samsung is seeding One UI 2 based on Android 10 to two of its latest mid-range phones – Galaxy A50s (version A507FNXXU3BTB2) in Vietnam and Galaxy A30 (version A305FDDU4BTB3) in India.
Update [February 7, 2020]: Good news, Galaxy M20 users in Europe! Android 10 update is rolling out to the mid-range device in Greece, Germany, and Luxembourg.
Update [February 5, 2020]: AT&T Galaxy S9/S9+ users are getting an update to Android 10 carrying version DTA5 and weighing around 2GB. The update brings with it One UI 2 and January 2020 Android security. The software version on the Galaxy S9 is G960USQU7DTA5 and that on the S9+ is G965USQU7DTA5.
Update [February 4, 2020]: US Unlocked models of the Galaxy S9/S9+ have started receiving a stable update to One UI 2 with Android 10 and January 2020 Android security. The arrives in the form of version G965U1UEU7DTA5 and weighs around 1.8GB.
Update [February 3, 2020]: US Unlocked models of the Galaxy Note 9 have received Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 on February 3, 2020 carrying software version N960U1UEU3DTA5 and January 2020 Android security.
Update [January 29, 2020]: Galaxy Note 9 models from Xfinity Mobile, US Cellular, Comcast, and Spectrum Mobile receive stable Android 10 (version N960USQU3DTA4) with One UI 2.0 and January 2020 Android security.
Update [January 28, 2020]: Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus users in the US and Germany have started receiving a stable Android 10 update with One UI 2.0.
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 [August 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:
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 the Android 10 update from its manufacturer, it may still get the 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 manufacturers dropping the support for them for a long time. Check out more about Android 10 custom ROMs below.
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.