South Korean tech giant Samsung launched its mid-range Galaxy M series last year. Galaxy M10 was among the first smartphone of the new series announced back in February 2019. The smartphone was initially launched with the Android 8.1 Oreo and later received the Android 9 Pie update. However, the users of the Galaxy M10 are waiting for the Android 10 update for quite a long time now.
If we go by the Android 10 update roadmap of the OEM then Galaxy M10 is not even listed to get the Android 10 update. However, Samsung is known to push at least two major OS updates to its devices. Thus, Galaxy M10 should get the Android 10 update.
Well, here is some good news for the Galaxy M10 users, the smartphone was spotted running Android 10 on the WiFi Alliance website. So, it is a sign that Samsung is definitely baking the Android 10 update for M10 and users might start receiving the update soon.
Here are the WiFi-Alliance certifications for different models of the Samsung Galaxy M10 :
Recently, the details of the Android 10 update for Galaxy M10 was also spotted on Samsung’s Turkey website. And as per the information, the smartphone should start receiving the update as early as next month (August). Of course, these details are specifically meant for the M10 devices sold in Turkey.
As aforementioned the device is also listed on the WiFi-Alliance site with model numbers of different regions so users of Galaxy M10 can expect the Android 10 update in the next few months.
Rest assured, we will be updating further details about the update for Galaxy M10 as and when we receive any. Stay tuned.