After updating the flagship lineup from the latest Android version, now Samsung is extending the Android 10 rollout to mid-range smartphones. Now, the Samsung Galaxy A30 in India and Galaxy A50s in Vietnam are started receiving the stable Android 10 update with the One UI 2.0. Both the devices were promised to get the One UI 2.0 based update, and also they were the part of Samsung’s 2020 update roadmap, and now the company is going to complete its promise.
The Galaxy A30 update has the build number A305FDDU4BTB3, and its’s size is 1.4GB. And the Galaxy A50s has the Android 10 updates software version A507FNXXU3BTB. The update has all the Android features, such as a system-wide dark mode, new navigation gestures, improved Digital Wellbeing tools with the parental controls, and many more. The users can also get the One UI 2.0 specific additions such as a built-in screen recorder, a new Quick Settings panel layout, the improved system icons, refined system colors, a redesigned camera app, and more.
As this is the staged software rollout so, the update might take time to reach all the devices. The other Samsung phones will receive the Android 10 update in the upcoming months. The Galaxy M40, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70 & A70s, Galaxy Fold, Galaxy M30s, and Galaxy Tab S6 will also be on the list.
The Galaxy A30 is one of the lower mid-range smartphones, and it was launched in February 2019. The device has a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, Exynos 7904 SoC, dual cameras, and a 4,000 mAh battery. But, the Galaxy A50s belongs to Samsung’s upper mid-range lineup, and it came in September 2019. It has a 6.4-inch full HD+ display, Exynos 9611 SoC, triple rear cameras, and a 4,000 mAh battery with fast charging support. Both the devices came with the Android 9 Pie.