Samsung, which has released the Android 10 update for its flagship phones in the past months, is now preparing to release the Android 10 update for the middle-class Galaxy A60 and Galaxy M40 models.
South Korean technology maker Samsung has released the Android 10 update for almost all flagship smartphones available on the market. Now it’s time for the company’s mid-range phones in the A and M series. At this point, the Galaxy M20 and M30 started to receive their first OTA in December and it turned out that the Galaxy M30s received a new Wi-Fi certificate a few days ago.
It seems that the Korean company’s list of phones to buy Android 10 is next on the Galaxy A60 and M40. At the point of the Android 10 update, Samsung had planned the April 2020 for the Galaxy A60 and March 2020 for the M30. However, according to the latest information, phones will get the Android 10 update earlier than expected.
Samsung is preparing to release Android 10 update for Galaxy A60 and M40:
As you know, the hardest step for phones to get the latest update on the Android front is certification and legal difficulties, but the M40 and A60 models, which will receive the Android 10 update according to new leaks, seem to have received Wi-Fi Alliance certificates. In this case, we can say that the One UI 2.0 OTA update will come soon.
If we briefly touch the features of the phones, both phones get their power from the Snapdragon 675 chipset. Phones with a 6.3-inch screen use a 3,500 mAh battery on the battery side. However, let’s remind you that both devices have 6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of internal storage.
There is no official statement from the Samsung front yet about when phones will get Android 10 updates. However, if there is any improvement in this process, we will continue to share with you. You can follow us to be informed about all the developments.