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Android: Android 10 is rolling out to Samsung Galaxy A10e and A20 phones on Verizon

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Verizon has started rolling out the Android 10 update for the extremely popular Galaxy A10e and Galaxy A20 phones (via SamMobile). Unsurprisingly, however, the update for the Verizon variants of the two phones has arrived a few weeks after the unlocked variants made the jump to Android 10. AT&T, too rolled out Android 10 to the Galaxy A10e last month. T-Mobile, however, is yet to roll out the update for the budget-friendly A-series phone.

The stable Android 10 update for the Galaxy A10e arrives as version A102USQS6ATC2 and comes with numerous new features. Some of the highlights include Smart Reply, Focus Mode, a system-wide dark mode, Live Transcribe, gesture navigation, Sound Amplifier, and an updated camera UX. It also brings the May 2020 Android security patch to the affordable smartphone.

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In case you haven’t received a notification on your Galaxy A10e yet, you can manually check for the software update by going to Settings > About Device > Software updates and tapping Restart & install.

For the Galaxy A20, the Android 10 update arrives as software version A205USQU5BTE6 and brings the same set of features as the Galaxy A10e.



Samsung Galaxy A10e

Samsung’s affordable Galaxy A10e offers a modern design, an octa-core processor, expandable storage, and decent battery life. The phone is also compatible with most major U.S. carriers.

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