Samsung Releases Android 11 Update For Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Releases Android 11 Update For Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Releases Android 11 Update For Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Posted on – After its latest flagship series, Samsung started releasing the Android 11 update for several previous models. Looks like the first series to get an update Android 11 is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

Quoted from the Sammobile page, Samsung has just released the -based OneUI 3.0 update Android 11 for Galaxy Note 10 users (SM-970F), Note 10+ (SM-975F), and Note 10+ 5G (SM-976B). The update comes in two firmware versions, the first is version N97xFXXU6ETLL for the 4G variant in the German region, and the second is the version N976BXXU6ETLL for 5G models in Spain and Switzerland.

Apart from bringing Android system improvements, the update also includes a security patch for December 2020. Samsung itself is known to have released the OneUI 3.0 stable update since early December. The update is present for the first time for the company’s flagship series, before later continuing to other series.

Android 11 on Galaxy Note 10

Update Android 11 The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes with a number of new features. Some of these features include conversation bubbles, new media controls, improved permission management, and an organized notification bar. Apart from that, the update also includes a number of new features brought by OneUI 3.0.

Features of OneUI 3.0 Based on Android 11 | Photo credit ©GSMArena

good news, Samsung released those updates without upgrading the bootloader. In theory, users can still easily downgrade the Android version. It should be noted, this only applies to the Exynos variant. Meanwhile, for Snapdragon variants (US, Canada, and China) don’t try to flash manually.

Samsung begins development of -based OneUI 3.0 Android 11 in August coincided with the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series. After the first developer version was released, it didn’t take long for Samasung to release a beta version for a number of devices, including the Galaxy Note 10. However, a few days after its release, Samsung decided to stop the update due to the discovery of a number of bugs.

But now after several months of development, the stable version is finally available. For now the update is only available for a limited number of regions, but in the coming days the update will definitely be available for other regions.

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