Samsung devices started to receive the Android 10 update back in October 2019. Samsung Galaxy S10 series are the first devices to receive the update. Most of the premium Samsung Galaxy devices, including Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and even mid-range and low range Samsung Galaxy devices such as A10s, received the Android 10 update.
According to the various roadmap surfaced on the internet about Android 10 updates for Samsung devices, most of the devices are expected to pick up the firmware update, somewhere in Q2 of 2020. Also, last month, Samsung rolled out Android 10 with the latest update OneUI 2.0 for the Samsung Galaxy A20 in multiple regions like Taiwan and China. But now, few more variants to receive One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10 update, including Russia, Chile, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
Samsung is also rolling out the One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10 for Samsung Galaxy A20s now with the firmware version A207FXXU2BTD7 and weighs about 1.3 GB. However, only some regions are able to get the Android 10 update that includes Ukraine, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates. It is expected that even the other regions will also receive the update in the coming weeks.
The Android 10 for Samsung Galaxy A20s and A20 Indian variants are still waiting for the update since the South Korean firm has paused the rolling out of One UI 2.0 update due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you belong to one of the above-mentioned regions, then head over to software updates in the settings app. You can also flash the Android 10 update from the SamMobile firmware.