Samsung has been aggressive about its Android rollout policy this year, doing all they can to release the stable build for the 2019 flagships before the year runs out. The Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices are already deep into the Android 10-based One UI 2 beta program, and the best could very well be yet to come.
As per a report from Sammobile, the stable build of Android 10-based One UI 2 for the Note 10 devices has been certified by Wi-Fi Alliance, hinting that the rollout could be just around the corner.
The report has confirmed that Samsung is indeed aiming for a global rollout, as the 5G variants of the Note 10 — SM-N971 and SM-N976 — have been approved alongside the LTE models.
We have also gotten a detailed look at the certified model numbers — SM-N97XF, Dual-SIM variants, SM-N971N, SM-N976B, SM-N970U, and SM-N976V, affirming that the US Unlocked and Verizon would be the first variants to get stable Android 10 in the United States.