Samsung Galaxy S10 will soon be upgraded to Android 11.
Samsung is one of the companies whose pulse does not tremble when it comes to stopping these processes in their tracks. The most recent affected are the Galaxy S10, its update to One UI 3.0 was stopped due to unspecified problems. The good news is that the update has already resumed and now we know the reason why it was stopped.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will soon be upgraded to Android 11
Haste is not good and Samsung knows it. It is preferable to wait a month and have a more polished and bug-free version. For this reason, the Galaxy S10 is taking a little longer to receive the stable version of One UI 3.0. Recall also that when the version was in the beta phase, it also had to be stopped, in order to correct the problems detected, something completely normal.
Samsung detected a problem affecting the performance of the camera of the Galaxy S10, so it stopped the update pending further news. Apparently, these problems had to do with camera blur issues, something that Samsung has not been able to overlook and has preferred to fix before the OTA arrives massively to all Galaxy S10 spread around the world.
According to the data provided by a moderator of Samsung forums in Korea, the update will be available again in February and will be released in turn in all markets where it was withdrawn. This means that in less than a week, the notices for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e, to update to One UI 3.0, should arrive again normally and free of errors.
While the expected notice arrives, it should be noted that being a change of operating system, the weight of the update reaches 2GB, so it is also advisable to perform the download under a Wi-Fi network. The updates should arrive with version numbers G973FXXU9EUA4, G975FXXU9EUA4, and G970FXXU9EUA4 for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e respectively. Once again, the update resumes and now yes, in the absence of any noticeable bugs, it will be the final landing of Android 11 for the Galaxy S10.