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Nokia briefly teases its Android 11 update roadmap


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  • HMD Global briefly shared the roadmap for Android 11 updates on Nokia phones.
  • The first phones to get the new OS will be Nokia 2, 5, and 8 series phones in the fourth quarter of 2020.
  • You’d have to wait until the second quarter of 2021 to update your Nokia 1 Plus or 9 Pureview, however.

You may have to be patient before your Nokia phone gets its Android 11 update. NeoWin reports that HMD Global briefly posted its Android 11 roadmap for Nokia phones, and it’s bad news for some owners if it holds.

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The schedule suggests the Nokia 2.2, 5.3, 8.1, and 8.3 5G will get the Android 11 update first, in the fourth quarter of 2020. Most of the eligible phones would get their upgrades in the first quarter of 2021, including the Nokia 1.3, 2.3, 2.4, 3.2, 3.4, 4.2, 6.2, and 7.2. That’s relatively late, but not unheard of.

However, you’ll have to be particularly patient with two stand-out phones. According to the news, the no-frills Nokia 1 Plus and the camera-centric Nokia 9 Pureview won’t get their upgrades until the second quarter of 2021 — half a year after Android 11 first reached devices. This wouldn’t be completely surprising given the comparative age of the devices, but might be frustrating when Google’s latest OS will have been on Pixel phones for several months by that point.

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The roadmap is in line with the age of the phones, some of which (such as the 2018-era Nokia 8.1) would be two or more years old by the time Android 11 is available. It would cut off a wave of handsets, including the inaugural Nokia 1 and the premium Nokia 8 Sirocco.

Don’t be shocked if the timing changes. It’s not certain why HMD Global deleted its roadmap post, and there might be tweaks to the schedule. If it’s reasonably accurate, though, it will take a while before every qualifying phone is using the newest software.


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Motorola Razr 2: Everything we know right now (Update: Battery specs!)


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Update: August 18, 2020 (2:10AM ET): We’ve updated our Motorola Razr 2 rumor hub to include new details of the foldable’s possible battery layout, capacity, and charging speed. Read on for the latest.

Original article: May 20, 2020 (10AM ET): The Motorola Razr reboot captured the imagination of many consumers upon its unveiling last year. The phone was a modern, foldable take on the original Razr flip phone of the 2000s.

Unfortunately, the reboot didn’t enjoy a fantastic critical or commercial reception. That isn’t stopping the company from releasing a follow-up though. From specs and design to availability, here are all the major Motorola Razr 2 rumors in one place.

When is the Motorola Razr 2 launching?

We first got word of the new Razr in early June, when a Lenovo South Africa executive told the Reframed podcast that a “second-generation” Razr was coming. More specifically, the representative said the new foldable phone was supposed to launch around September.

This would mean the Motorola Razr 2 release date is roughly eight months after the first-generation phone, which is a very quick turnaround time.

However, display industry insider Ross Young later tweeted that the new foldable has been delayed by a quarter due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, Young said the phone was likely pushed out to 2021.

On August 12, Motorola finally teased the Razr 2’s announcement date as September 9, 2020. While not mentioning the Razr by name, the virtual event will “flip the smartphone experience once again,” so it’s safe to assume the launch will include the company’s foldable successor.

Motorola Razr 2 design rumors

Moto Razr foldable half folded moto logo on table

The new foldable phone is expected to offer the same basic form factor as the previous model, so that means a clamshell design with a foldable internal screen and a smaller (non-folding) external display.

However, XDA-Developers reports that the screens will be the same size as the original phone’s displays. That means a 6.2-inch foldable display and a 2.7-inch external screen. Either way, the latter is shaping up to be bigger than the Galaxy Z Flip‘s tiny ticker display.

Meanwhile, display industry insider Ross Young tweeted that the Motorola Razr 2’s screens will both be bigger than the first-generation model. Check out the tweet below.

Nevertheless, here’s hoping the internal screen is more durable than the first Razr. We’d also like to see Motorola bring more features to the external display.

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On July 27, leaker Evan Blass added an image to his Patreon detailing potential design tweaks on the upcoming foldable. Dubbed “Odyssey,” the foldable’s external screen remains but boasts a smaller chin with no visible signs of a fingerprint sensor.

Motorola Razr 2 rumored specs

The original Razr offered an upper mid-range Snapdragon 710 chipset that was actually quite old by the time the phone went on sale. In fact, the processor first appeared in phones back in 2018 and was succeeded by the Snapdragon 730 series in mid-2019.

Now, this wouldn’t be a big deal if the Razr was reasonably priced for a foldable, but the phone was extremely expensive upon launch. So critics were understandably annoyed at this. Toss in 6GB of RAM, 128GB of non-expandable storage, a single 16MP main camera, 5MP selfie camera, and a tiny 2,510mAh battery, and you’ve got a phone that seems more like a mid-ranger at best.

XDA-Developers managed to obtain some Razr 2 specs though, and it seems like we’ve got a somewhat improved phone overall. The new device is said to offer a Snapdragon 765 chipset with 5G, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a still small 2,845mAh battery. Furthermore, it’s believed that we’ve got a 48MP main camera and a 20MP selfie shooter this time.

More specs leaked on July 2 via Evan Blass, which largely corroborates XDA-Developers‘ initial leak. Blass’ information includes mention of a Nano-SIM and eSIM combo, with a colorway dubbed Mercury Silver. Again, a 20MP selfie camera and 48MP primary camera are also listed.

Certification documents from TUV Rheinland (via MySmartPrice) on August 17 shed light on the possible battery configuration of the Razr 2. The listing suggests the phone could arrive in as many as four variants, but it’s not clear what differentiates these devices.

As for the Razr 2’s battery design, the phone may use two batteries in its folding body with a combined rated capacity of 2,633mAh. The listed 18W charging is also a step up from the 15W charging offered on the first device.

What to expect in terms of pricing?

Moto Razr foldable folded sitting in box speaker

The original Razr launched at an eye-watering $ 1,500, which wasn’t great when you consider the actual spec sheet. Making matters worse was the fact that the cheaper Samsung Galaxy Z Flip seemed to offer better build quality too and overall specs too.

The high price may have contributed to disappointing sales, with Verizon offering a two-for-one Razr deal a couple of months after its initial release.

There’s no word on the Motorola Razr 2 price, but you can bet that the firm doesn’t want to have to resort to a two-for-one deal again in order to shift units. And with foldable phone production expected to drop in price over time, here’s hoping we see a price drop compared to the original Razr.

Availability is another big question mark, as the first model was released in Europe, India, the UK, and the US. Unfortunately, this was a carrier exclusive in the latter two markets (EE and Verizon respectively). There’s no word on carrier exclusivity once again, but it would be a shame if the Motorola Razr 2 turns out to be fantastic but limited to certain networks.


That’s it for our Motorola Razr 2 rumor rundown. Be sure to check back regularly as we update this page! In the meantime, you can check out more noteworthy articles below.


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When should you expect to receive the Android 10 update? (Updated August 14)


Officially called Android 10, the next major version of Android launched September 3, 2019. The Android 10 update began rolling out to all Pixel phones, including the original Pixel and Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 3a XL.

What about other devices? Which ones already have Android 10, and which ones are expected to get the update at some point? Read on to find out everything you need to know about the Android 10 update schedule.


Key Android 10 update features

We have a complete overview of all the new features in our Android 10 review. However, you can also check out our video above to see what’s new in Android 10, what new features it brings, all the design tweaks, and much more.

If you’re short on time, here’s a list of features we’ve seen so far:

  • Improved privacy controls
  • New gesture navigation
  • Google Assistant “handles”
  • Accent colors and theming options
  • System-wide dark theme
  • Native screen recording
  • Native desktop mode
  • Grouped silent notifications
  • QR codes to connect to Wi-Fi
  • Google Pay in the power menu

The feature that has everyone talking isn’t even a feature — it’s a name change. Google is no longer naming its mobile operating system after sweet treats. Instead, the company is moving to version numbers, starting with Android 10. Check out our article to learn more about what caused the change and some of the thinking behind it.


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1. Essential Android 10 update

Essential Phone

September 3, 2019: On Twitter, Essential announced Android 10 is now rolling out to the Essential Phone. The company noted the update is rolling out “for select open market customers.” Android 10 should be available for all Essential Phone owners in the coming days.


2. OnePlus Android 10 update

OnePlus Android 10 update

September 3, 2019: On the same day as the official Android 10 launch, OnePlus announced an Android 10 open beta for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. This is not a stable release, but a good first step towards hitting that ETA we mentioned above. More details here.

September 4, 2019: OnePlus has announced that the OnePlus 6 and 6T will get Android 10 by the end of this month. The company also released open beta builds for the two phones, which are “meant to prepare your devices for the Android 10 update” — learn more here.

September 18, 2019: OnePlus has released the second Android 10 open beta update for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro. The update appears to mostly involve bug fixes and small design tweaks — learn more here.

September 21, 2019: Great news for all you OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro owners out there. The company is now rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to both devices.

October 2, 2019: Around two weeks ago, OnePlus started rolling out the Android 10 update for the OnePlus 7 series. However, according to users on Reddit as well as the official OnePlus forums, many people still don’t have the update. OnePlus did say the Android 10 upgrade would be a slow rollout, but that usually means over the span of a few days. At this point, it’s been 12 days since OnePlus announced the launch, which suggests there’s been some sort of delay. It’s possible OnePlus halted the rollout entirely. Read the full story here.

October 10, 2019: OnePlus has announced that every OnePlus device from the OnePlus 5 forward will get a stable version of Android 10. Older devices will need to wait quite a while to get it, but the update will come. The OnePlus 6 and 6T will get the beta update by the end of October 2019, while the stable variant will be rolled out a month later. The OnePlus 5 and 5T should receive the stable update in the second quarter of 2020.

October 14, 2019: OnePlus is rolling out Android 10 to the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro — for real this time. In a community post, the Chinese brand confirmed that “version 10.0 was paused due to certain bugs” and that Oxygen 10.0.1 is now rolling out. It should reach all devices in a few days — learn more here.

October 21, 2019: The Android 10 Open Beta build is now rolling out to the OnePlus 6 and 6T — learn more here. The stable version of the update is expected to hit the devices in November.

October 29, 2019: OnePlus 7 Pro 5G users will need to wait quite a bit to get the Android 10 update. The company’s global community manager said the update is expected to be released sometime in Q1 2020.

November 4, 2019: OnePlus is now rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the OnePlus 6 and 6T. The update should reach users widely over the next few days.

November 12, 2019: Pete Lau has explained on the company’s forum why OnePlus 7 Pro 5G users have to wait until Q1 to get the Android 10 update. The executive said that 5G “uses a different communications module to establish a faster connection as opposed to 4G, and requires a deeper level of understanding and more rigorous tests, debugging and optimizations to be done to our software and hardware.” He also added that “to achieve the best experience possible, we had to make system optimizations from the fundamental system architecture, in order to deliver a truly fantastic 5G experience.” It looks like the process is a lot more complicated and time-consuming than it may look, which is why users will have to wait a few months for the update. You can read his full statement here.

November 15, 2019: The Android 10 update for the OnePlus 6 and 6T has been halted due to various bugs. OnePlus said it’s “working on a new build with more issue fixing.” The company didn’t specify when the update will roll out globally, only saying it’ll be available “once it’s ready.”

November 25, 2019: OnePlus has confirmed that the OnePlus 10 update for the OnePlus 6 and 6T is almost ready and will start rolling out again soon. Right now, it is awaiting CTS approval. If all goes smoothly, users should expect the update next week.

December 5, 2019: As promised, OnePlus has started rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the OnePlus 6 and 6T again.

December 30, 2019: T-Mobile is finally rolling out the Android 10 update to the OnePlus 7 Pro.

February 14, 2020: T-Mobile variants of the OnePlus 6T are now finally receiving the stable Android 10. The update comes in at around 1.6GB.

March 3, 2020: The long-awaited Android 10 update for the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is now finally rolling out, coming in at over 2GB — learn more here.

March 23, 2020: Looks like Sprint has finally released the stable version of Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G.

April 27, 2020: OnePlus has announced that OnePlus 5 and 5T users can download a beta version of Oxygen OS version 10.0 based on Android 10. There’s no word on when the stable version of the update will be ready, but we imagine we won’t have to wait long — learn more here.

May 1, 2020: OnePlus has released a new beta update for the OnePlus 5 and 5T that comes with a few bug fixes and tweaks. It also includes the April 2020 Android security patch.

May 20, 2020: OnePlus launched the third Android 10 beta for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T, which comes with a few bug fixes and tweaks. There’s still no word on when the stable version will be released.

May 26, 2020: OnePlus is now rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the OnePlus 5 and 5T. The update comes in at around 1.8GB.


3. Samsung Android 10 update

Android 10 update for Samsung phones

September 17, 2019: Looks like Samsung will soon release its first Android 10 beta update. Rumors have it that the company will roll it out in the US and Europe in early October. There’s no word on which devices will get it, but it’s a good bet we’ll see it on new flagship series such as the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy S10.

October 23, 2019: Samsung has confirmed that the One UI 2.0 beta — based on Android 10 — for the Galaxy Note 10 series will come to the US. The rollout seems to be restricted to the regular Note 10 and Note 10 Plus models, with no mention of the 5G variants. Only unlocked phones will be compatible. In addition to the US, the beta program has also been confirmed for Germany.

November 7, 2019: The third iteration of the One UI 2.0 beta is rolling out now to Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e devices. The latest version of the Android 10-based update is available now to all beta program testers and includes a bunch of bug fixes — learn more here.

November 14, 2019: The beta version of the Android 10 update for the unlocked Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus has apparently been launched in the US. Users can sign up for the update via the Samsung Members app.

November 18, 2019: Samsung is rolling out its second Android 10 beta to Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus devices. The new One UI 2.0 beta carries the software version N97*FXXU1ZSK8 and has apparently been spotted on Note 10 devices in India. The same update will likely hit devices in the US, Germany, and South Korea soon.

November 20, 2019: Samsung is shipping out the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta to the Galaxy Note 9 in South Korea. This bodes well for a release in other markets, as Samsung doesn’t usually take its time to bring a One UI 2.0 beta to other regions. So we’re expecting a US and European roll-out in the coming days.

November 21, 2019: Samsung is pushing out the sixth beta update to the Galaxy S10 family. The update is apparently being rolled out to all countries where the Galaxy S10 beta is available — learn more here.

November 27, 2019: Samsung Israel has revealed the Android 10 roadmap for a few Samsung devices. You can check it out below, but keep in mind that the updates may ship out sooner or later in other markets.

  • January 2020 — Galaxy S10, Note 10, and Note 9
  • April 2020 — Galaxy S9, Galaxy A7 (2018), Galaxy A9 (2018), Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, and Galaxy Tab S6
  • May 2020 — Galaxy A20, Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30s, and Galaxy A10s
  • July 2020 — Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy Tab S4 10.5

November 28, 2019: It looks like Samsung is ahead of schedule, as the company has reportedly pushed out the stable Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update to the Galaxy S10 phones. The update is only rolling out in Germany for now but is expected to make its way to other markets soon.

November 29, 2019: Samsung UK and India have revealed their Android 10 update roadmaps, which are a little bit different than the one shared by Samsung Israel a few days ago. Samsung’s 2 018 and 2019 flagships will get updated to Android 10-based One UI 2.0 in January 2020 in both countries. This differs from the Israeli roadmap, which shows that the Galaxy S9 series will only get the update in April 2020, while the other 2018 and 2019 flagships get it in January.

The Indian roadmap also gives us update details regarding the Galaxy M series, noting that the Galaxy M20 and M30 will receive the Android 10 update in January 2020. Other M-series phones slated to get the update are the Galaxy M40 (March 2020), Galaxy M30s (April 2020), and Galaxy M10s (May 2020).

December 3, 2019: After being released in Germany a week ago, the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy S10 phones is now rolling out in a bunch of other countries. These include Algeria, Bangladesh, France, India, Ireland, Poland, Russia, Spain, the UAE, and the UK, among others.

December 10, 2019: SamMobile reports that the Galaxy S10 5G is now getting the stable version of Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top in South Korea. The update is expected to reach other markets soon.

December 11, 2019: Samsung is rolling out Android 10 beta updates to the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9 in the US, according to SamMobile. Those interested in trying them out can sign up via the Samsung Members app.

December 12, 2019: Samsung is shipping out Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top to the Galaxy M20 and M30 in India, SamMobile reports. This is surprising because the two phones were originally scheduled to get the update next month. Looks like Samsung decided to speed things up, which is always great news for consumers.

December 18, 2019: Samsung announced Android 10 with One UI 2 is now rolling out to Galaxy S10 phones in the US. The company also announced the update will be available for Galaxy Note 10 phones by the end of December.

December 20, 2019: The stable version of Android 10 is now rolling out to the Galaxy Note 10 in more than 30 countries, including the UK, Russia, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, and Mexico.

December 23, 2019: The unlocked versions of the Galaxy S10 phones in the US are now receiving the stable Android 10 update.

December 30, 2019: According to users on Reddit, T-Mobile is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.

December 31, 2019: The unlocked variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus in the US are now receiving the stable Android 10/One UI 2.0 update.

December 31, 2019: Samsung is now rolling out the stable Android 10/One UI 2.0 update to Galaxy Note 9 models that were enrolled in the beta testing program — learn more here.

January 2, 2020: The Star Wars Special Edition of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus as well as the Sprint variant of the device are now receiving the stable Android 10 update.

January 3, 2020: Samsung is now rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Galaxy Note 9, SamMobile reports. The update is available in Germany for now but should reach other countries soon.

January 8, 2020: The Galaxy A30 is now getting the Android 10 update in China and Hong Kong, according to Get Droid Tips. The update is expected to hit other markets soon.

January 8, 2020: The stable version of Android 10 is currently rolling out to the Galaxy A40s in China and Hong Kong, SamMobile reports. We expect the update to reach other markets soon, although the exact date is unknown at the moment.

January 10, 2020: Samsung is pushing out the latest stable Android 10 update to unlocked Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G devices in the UK. The update is also rolling out to Indonesian variants of the Note 10 series.

January 14, 2020: Samsung has released the sixth One UI 2.0 beta update for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. It is currently rolling out in India and should make it to other regions shortly.

January 16, 2020: According to users on Reddit, Android 10 is now available for both the unlocked and Vodafone-branded Galaxy Note 10 models in Australia.

January 28, 2020: Samsung has started rolling out the stable Android 10 to the Galaxy S9 series in Germany and the US (Xfinity Mobile).

January 29, 2020: Android 10 has now officially started rolling out to Galaxy Note 9 devices across the US. At the moment, the update is available for US Cellular, Xfinity Mobile, Spectrum Mobile, and Comcast users. It should make its way to major carriers and unlocked devices soon.

January 29, 2020: T-Mobile is rolling out Android 10 with Samsung’s One UI 2.0 on top to the Galaxy S10 5G edition.

February 4, 2020: According to one of our readers, Galaxy S9 devices on AT&T are now getting the stable version of Android 10. Thanks, Kody!

February 5, 2020: The stable version of Android 10 is now hitting Galaxy Note 9 devices on AT&T.

February 7, 2020: According to SamMobile, the stable version of Android 10 is hitting Galaxy M20 devices in Germany, Luxemburg, and Greece.

February 12, 2020: It looks like Samsung is rolling out the stable Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top to the Galaxy A90 5G, according to RootMyGalaxy. The update is only available in South Korea for now.

February 13, 2020: Galaxy A50s phones in Vietnam are now receiving the stable Android 10, SamMobile reports. The update is expected to reach other markets soon.

February 13, 2020: According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung is rolling out the stable Android 10 to the Galaxy A30 in India.

February 18, 2020: It looks like the stable Android 10 is hitting the Verizon variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

February 20, 2020: After hitting devices in Vietnam a week ago, the Android 10 update for the Galaxy A50s is now being released in Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, and the Philippines, PiunikaWeb reports. More countries are expected to join the list soon.

February 20, 2020: According to Tizen Help, Samsung is rolling out Android 10 to the Galaxy A70. The update is available in Ukraine for now but should reach other markets soon.

February 23, 2020: T-Mobile’s Galaxy S9 units are now receiving the stable version of Android 10, along with the February 2020 security patch.

February 25, 2020: According to Droid Life, the Verizon variants of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are receiving Android 10.

February 25, 2020: T-Mobile has started rolling out Android 10 to Galaxy Note 9 devices. The update also includes the February 2020 security patch.

February 26, 2020: The Android 10 update for the Galaxy A50s is now available in India as well, PiunikaWeb reports.

February 28, 2020: The Android 10 update for the Galaxy S9 has been “temporarily paused” by T-Mobile, less than a week after the carrier started rolling it out.

March 2, 2020: Android 10 is now apparently rolling out to Sprint variants of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. The update includes the February security patch.

March 2, 2020: T-Mobile is now shipping out Android 10 to the Galaxy S9 devices again, after pausing the rollout last week.

March 12, 2020: Tizen Help reports that the Android 10 update is rolling out to the Galaxy A70s in India.

March 13, 2020: According to SamMobile, Samsung is rolling out Android 10 to the Galaxy A6 (2018) and Galaxy A80 in France. Additionally, the company also released Android 10 for the Galaxy A50 in South Korea. All three updates are expected to reach other markets soon.

March 14, 2020: PiunikaWeb reports that Android 10 is rolling out to the Galaxy A7 (2018) in India and the UAE. It should expand to other markets soon, though.

March 17, 2020: XDA-Developers reports that Samsung is shipping out Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top to the Galaxy M30s in India.

March 26, 2020: SamMobile reports that Samsung is rolling out Android 10 to the Galaxy Fold. The update is only available in France for now but should make its way to other markets soon.

April 1, 2020: Android 10 is now available for the Samsung Galaxy A10s, according to SamMobile. The update is hitting devices in Malaysia at the moment and is expected to expand to other countries soon.

April 1, 2020: Samsung is shipping out Android 10 to the Galaxy A6 Plus in Poland, SamMobile reports. The update is expected to make its way to other markets soon.

April 7, 2020: XDA-Developers report that Samsung is rolling out Android 10 to the Galaxy J6 in Panama. The update should reach other markets shortly.

April 8, 2020: Android 10 is now rolling out to the Galaxy Fold devices in the US. The update comes in at around 2GB.

April 8, 2020: According to XDA-Developers, the Galaxy A10, A20e, and XCover 4s are all receiving Android 10.

April 9, 2020: Android 10 is rolling out to the Galaxy A60, but only in China and South Korea for now. It should reach other markets soon.

April 9, 2020: The Galaxy A50 is getting Android 10 in more markets, SamMobile reports. These include Poland, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. More will join the list soon.

April 16, 2020: SamMobile reports that the Galaxy A30s is now receiving Android 10 in several countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Laos, Libya, Malaysia, the Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and the UAE.

April 22, 2020: According to TmoNews, T-Mobile is rolling out Android 10 with Samsung’s One UI 2.1 on top to the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e.

April 24, 2020: The Verizon variant of the Galaxy Tab S6 is now receiving the Android 10 update.

April 27, 2020: According to PiunikaWeb, the Galaxy A20 is now receiving Android 10 in Vietnam, Russia, Chile, the Philippines, and Australia. More countries are expected to join the list soon.

May 6, 2020: After hitting Verizon models, Android 10 is now making its way to unlocked versions (Wi-Fi only) of the Galaxy Tab S6 in the US, AndroidPolice reports.

May 25, 2020: The Galaxy A50 is now receiving Android 10 in India, per SamMobile.

June 23, 2020: SamMobile reports that Samsung is rolling out the Android 10 update to the Galaxy Tab S4 and Tab S5e tablets. However, the updates are only available in France (Tab S4) and the UK (Tab S5e) for now.

June 30, 2020: Verizon variants of the Galaxy A10s and Galaxy A20 are now receiving Android 10.

July 2, 2020: The 2019 Galaxy Tab A 10.1 and Galaxy Tab A 8.0 are both receiving Android 10 with One UI 2.1, according to SamMobile.

July 2, 2020: Got a Galaxy A10e or A20 on Verizon? Then the Android 10 update is rolling out to you right now.

July 6, 2020: According to SamMobile, the Android 10 update for the Galaxy Tab S5e has expanded to loads of countries across Europe and Asia, including Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and India.

July 14, 2020: According to XDA-Developers, Samsung is rolling out Android 10 to the Galaxy J8, but only in Russia for now. Additionally, the Galaxy Tab 10.5 is also getting the Android 10 update in a number of markets.

July 21, 2020: Sprint is rolling out Android 10 to the affordable Galaxy A20 phones.

July 29, 2020: It’s taken a while, but T-Mobile has now joined Sprint in rolling out Android 10 and One UI 2.0 to the Galaxy A20.


4. Nokia Android 10 update

Nokia 9 PureView

September 27, 2019: HMD Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas confirmed on Twitter that the Nokia 2.1, Nokia 1 Plus, and Nokia 1 will all receive the Android 10 (Go Edition) update. However, it’s going to take some time before the update reaches the phones — lean more here.

October 9, 2019: Android 10 is now rolling out to the Nokia 8.1. The news was announced by Juho Sarvikas via his Twitter account.

October 14, 2019: Android 10 beta builds for Nokia phones have leaked. These include the Nokia 6.1, 6.1 Plus, 7 Plus, and Nokia 7.1. They are internal builds, which means they are definitely not designed for public use. Although there are straightforward instructions on how to flash one of these Android 10 Nokia beta builds to your device — learn more here — we’d advise against doing so if you use that phone as your daily driver. Anyway, if the beta builds have popped up online, the stable versions should be released relatively soon.

December 5, 2019: Nokia has announced on Twitter that it started rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Nokia 9 PureView.

December 10, 2019: Nokia 7.1 is now receiving the stable version of Android 10.

January 6, 2020: The stable Android 10 update has been released for the Nokia 6.1 Plus.

January 7, 2020: The stable Android 10 update is now hitting the Nokia 7 Plus.

January 8, 2020: Nokia has announced on Twitter that it has released the stable Android 10 update for the Nokia 6.1.

March 11, 2020: Nokia has added three new devices to its Android 10 roadmap, revealing that the Nokia 2.3, 6.2, and 7.2 will get the latest version of Google’s OS by the end of this month.

March 17, 2020: Android 10 is now rolling out to Nokia 2.2 devices.

March 31, 2020: Android 10 is now making its way to the mid-range Nokia 7.2.

April 7, 2020: Nokia 3.2 is now receiving the Android 10 update.

April 9, 2020: Android 10 for the Nokia 4.2 has now been released.

April 15, 2020: The Android 10 update is now making its way to the Nokia 8 Sirocco.

April 22, 2020: Nokia is shipping out the stable version of Android 10 to Nokia 2.3 devices.

April 28, 2020: Great news for Nokia 6.2 users. Nokia is now rolling out Android 10 to the device.

April 29, 2020: Android 10 (Go edition) is making its way to Nokia 1 Plus devices.

April 30, 2020: Nokia 9 PureView is now finally getting Android 10 in India, Gadgets360 reports.

May 13, 2020: Android 10 is making its way to the Nokia 3.1 Plus.

May 19, 2020: The Android 10 rollout for the Nokia 5.1 Plus has now kicked off.

July 7, 2020: Android 10 is rolling out to the Nokia 1. According to HMD Global, the update should hit all devices by July 12.


5. Huawei/Honor Android 10 update

huawei p30 pro vs huawei mate 20 pro held in hand showing displays

September 9, 2019: At IFA 2019, Huawei revealed its roadmap for the EMUI 10 update, which is based on Android 10. Huawei will first roll out the latest version of Android to the P30 and P30 Pro in November. The update will then make its way to the Mate 20 phones as well as the Honor 20 and View 20 a month later. The P30 Lite, P20 series, and Mate 10 series will get the update in March 2020, while the rest of supported Huawei/Honor phones will receive it sometime in Q2 next year.

October 22, 2019: Huawei has announced that the beta version of Android 10 is ready for the Honor 20, 20 Pro, and View 20. The company is looking for users to test it in Germany — there are 400 seats available. Those interested can enroll in the beta program via the company’s Beta-test app.

November 13, 2019: According to a few users on Reddit, the Chinese variant of the Huawei P30 Pro is receiving the Android 10 update. The problem is that one Redditor claims the 4.99GB update left him without the ability to use the Google Play Store. We don’t know how many users will encounter this issue, but we expect it will be isolated to Chinese variants of Huawei’s devices. For now, there’s no word on when the update will reach other markets, but we likely won’t have to wait much longer.

November 14, 2019: The stable Android 10 update is rolling out to the P30 and P30 Pro in Europe. The update comes in at over 4GB.

November 15, 2019: Huawei is now shipping out the stable version of the Android 10 update to a number of devices in China, according to HuaweiCentral. These include the Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Huawei Mate 20 RS, Mate 20 X 4G, Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor V20, and the Honor Magic 2.

November 16, 2019: HuaweiCentral reports that Honor is rolling out the stable version of Magic UI 3.0 based on Android 10 globally to the Honor 20, 20 Pro, and V20.

November 18, 2019: Great news for Huawei Nova 5T owners. HuaweiCentral reports that the phone is now receiving the stable version of EMUI 10 based on Android 10 globally. The update comes in at around 4.5GB.

November 21, 2019: Honor has kicked off the EMUI 10 internal beta registrations for the Honor 10, Honor V10, Honor 8X, and Huawei Nova 4 owners in China, according to HuaweiCentral. This may mean the program will launch in other regions soon.

November 22, 2019: The Honor 10 Lite and Honor 20i are now receiving EMUI 10 beta based on Android 10 in India.

November 26, 2019: Honor is beta-testing the Android 10-based update on Honor 8X devices in India. Those interested in testing out the new features can sign up here.

November 27, 2019: During the View 30 launch event in China, Honor announced that the next phones in line to get the Android 10-based Magic UI 3.0 update are Honor 10, Honor V10, Honor 8X, Honor 9X, Honor 9X Pro, Honor 20s, and Honor 20 Lite. Note that this was a China-specific announcement and that Honor has not revealed its global Android 10 update plans yet. Still, it’s likely that the global variants of these phones will also get the update.

December 2, 2019: According to HuaweiCentral, Vodafone is rolling out the stable Android 10 updates to the Huawei P30 and Mate 20 series devices in several countries, including UK, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands and more.

December 18, 2019: Huawei is rolling out EMUI 10 based on Android 10 to 14 of its smartphones in China. Here’s the list:

  • Huawei Mate 10
  • Huawei Mate 10 Pro
  • Huawei Mate 10 RS Porsche Design
  • Huawei P20
  • Huawei P20 Pro
  • Huawei Mate 20 X 5G
  • Huawei Mate RS Porsche Design
  • Huawei Nova 4e
  • Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus
  • Huawei Enjoy 9s
  • Huawei Maimang 8
  • Huawei Maimang 7
  • Honor 20i/Lite
  • Honor 10 Youth Ed

This means that the global rollouts for the devices above should happen in the near future, although Huawei hasn’t shared the exact timelines yet.

January 20, 2020: Huawei shared an updated EMUI 10 roadmap, revealing that it will roll it out to the P30 Pro, P30, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20, Mate 20 X, and Nova 5T sometime this month. Other phones will follow in the months to come — learn more here.

March 11, 2020: According to Android Police, the stable version of Android 10 is expected to hit the Honor 20, 20 Pro, View 20, and 9X on March 15.

March 17, 2020: According to HuaweiCentral, the stable version of Android 10 with EMUI 10 on top is rolling out to the foldable Mate X.

May 28, 2020: According to XDA-Developers, Huawei is finally rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the P20 and Mate 10 globally. The updates come in at around 4.5GB each.


6. Xiaomi Android 10 update

Xiaomi Android 10 update

September 3, 2019: Surprisingly, Xiaomi is already rolling out Android 10 to the Redmi K20 Pro. According to XDA-Developers’ Mishaal Rahman, the update is only available in China. That said, K20 Pro owners around the world should expect to get Android 10 very soon.

September 12, 2019: Looks like the Android 10 update for the Xiaomi Mi 9T (also known as the Redmi K20) is just around the corner. Xiaomi told AusDroid that it plans on rolling it out in October.

September 24, 2019: According to users of Xiaomi’s Mi Community forum, the stable version of Android 10 is rolling out to Redmi K20 Pro devices in India.

September 30, 2019: According to a Xiaomi support representative (via PiunikaWeb), the Android 10 update will start rolling out to the Mi A2 Lite in the UK next week.

January 3, 2020: The stable version of Android 10 is now rolling out to the Xiaomi Mi 9T as well as the Redmi K20. These two devices are essentially the same, but the Redmi device is more focused on developing markets such as India and China while the Mi 9T is marketed in places such as Europe.

January 8, 2020: Xiaomi is shipping out the stable version of Android 10 to the Xiaomi Mi 8. The update comes in at 1.9GB and includes the December security patch.

January 8, 2020: The stable version of Android 10 is rolling out to the Redmi Note 8 Pro in China. The update is expected to hit the global variants of the phone soon.

January 11, 2020: Xiaomi is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Xiaomi Mi A2, according to XDA-Developers. The update comes in at 1.3GB.

January 14, 2020: Xiaomi India has confirmed on Twitter that it will release the stable Android 10 update for the Mi A3 devices in mid-February.

January 16, 2020: Tme.net reports that Xiaomi is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 with MIUI 11 on top to the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s. The update is only available in China for now but should make its way to other regions soon.

January 21, 2020: Xiaomi is rolling out the stable version of MIUI 11 based on Android 10 to the Pocophone F1.

January 21, 2020: According to one of our readers, Xiaomi has released the stable Android update for the Mi A2 smartphone. Thanks for the tip, Rasmus!

February 29, 2020: According to PiunikaWeb, Xiaomi has finally started rolling out Android 10 to its Android One device, the Mi A3.

February 29, 2020: According to XDA-Developers, Android 10 is rolling out to the Redmi Note 8 Pro. For now, the update is available in certain European countries and Russia, but it’s expected to expand to more markets soon.

March 2, 2020: Just a few days after releasing it, Xiaomi has stopped the rollout of Android 10 for the Mi A3 due to various bugs. This was confirmed by a Xiaomi representative in an email sent to a user who then shared the response on Twitter.

March 6, 2020: The Pocophone F1 is now receiving the stable version of Android 10 — learn more here.

March 7, 2020: According to one of Xiaomi’s support agents (via Piunika Web), the Android 10 update may begin rolling out to the Mi A3 again by the end of this month.

March 9, 2020: Xiaomi started rolling out Android 10 to the Mi A2 Lite, but users quickly made it aware that the update is full of bugs and can even brick your phone. You can learn more here.

March 10, 2020: Xiaomi has acknowledged the issues with the Mi A2 Lite’s Android 10 update and has now shared a fix for those affected, which you can check out here.

March 18, 2020: It looks like Xiaomi has re-released the Android 10 update for the Mi A3, PiunikaWeb reports.

April 14, 2020: Xiaomi has released a new Android 10 update for the Mi A2 Lite that hopefully won’t brick your phone like the last one did.

April 28, 2020: Xiaomi has started rolling out Android 10 to the Black Shark 2 gaming phone. A limited number of users will get the update first before it rolls out to everyone starting May 6. The update will also start hitting the Black Shark Pro devices starting April 30.

May 5, 2020: Xiaomi is shipping out Android 10 to Mi A3 devices in Europe.

May 7, 2020: Xiaomi is rolling out what is calls a Global Beta Stable to the Mi Note 10 devices. It’s not a stable release, but it is close to it. Better than nothing, I guess.

May 28, 2020: Xiaomi has released the global stable Android 10 update for the Mi Note 10 and 10 Pro.

June 29, 2020: The Redmi 8 has received a stable Android 10 update in China, with global availability presumably following shortly. This isn’t a MIUI 12 update though.

June 30, 2020: Got a Redmi 7A in India? PiunikaWeb reports that stable Android 10 is currently rolling out to you.

July 28, 2020: Redmi 8A users in China are reportedly getting stable Android 10 right now. Hopefully global users aren’t far behind.

August 6, 2020: BGR reports that the global versions of the Redmi 8 and 8A are now receiving the stable Android 10 update.

 


7. Motorola Android 10 update

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November 5, 2019: According to Android Police, the beta version of Android 10 is rolling out to Motorola One Power users enrolled in the Motorola Feedback Network. Unfortunately, there’s no word on which countries the update is available in.

December 10, 2019: Motorola is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Motorola One Power. It’s a staged rollout that should be completed by January 10, 2020.

January 6, 2020: The stable version of Android 10 is now hitting the Motorola One Vision in Brazil and should make it to all the handsets in the country by February 6. The update is expected to reach other markets soon.

January 10, 2020: Motorola is shipping out the stable version of Android 10 to One Action devices in Brazil. We expect to see the update reach other markets soon.

January 22, 2020: According to Tudocelular, Motorola is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Moto G7 Plus in Brazil. The update is expected to reach Europe, the US, and other markets soon.

March 11, 2020: According to users on Reddit, the Moto Z4 is now receiving the Android 10 update.

March 25, 2020: Android 10 is rolling out to the Motorola One, but only in Brazil for now. The update is expected to reach other markets soon.

April 1, 2020: According to users on Reddit, Verizon variants of the Moto Z4 are receiving Android 10.

May 11, 2020: Motorola is scheduled to start rolling out Android 10 to the Moto Razr in “mid-May” — learn more here.

May 12, 2020: Motorola has started rolling out Android 10 to the Moto G7 in Brazil. The update is expected to reach other markets soon.

June 8, 2020: According to XDA-Developers, the Moto G7 Power is receiving the stable Android 10. The update is currently rolling out in Brazil and is expected to make its way to other markets soon.

June 17, 2020: According to a Reddit user, Motorola has released Android 10 for the Moto G7 Play. However, the update is only available in Brazil for now.

July 3, 2020: A Redditor has reported that the Moto G7 Play in Canada has now received the Android 10 update.

July 20, 2020: It looks like Motorola is rolling out Android 10 to the Moto G8 Plus, but only in Brazil and Spain for now. The update is expected to hit other markets soon.

July 31, 2020: The beta version of Android that’s part of a soak test is rolling out to the Motorola One Zoom and Moto G8 Plus in Brazil, XDA-Developers reports. This means that the stable version shouldn’t be too far from its release.


8. Sony Android 10 update

Sony Xperia 1 Android 10

November 15, 2019: Sony finally announced which of its devices would get the Android 10 update and when. The Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 devices will receive the update in December before the rest of Sony’s devices. Xperia 10, 10 Plus, XZ2, XZ2 Compact, XZ2 Premium, and XZ3 owners can expect the update to begin rolling out to their devices sometime in early 2020, but timing and availability will vary depending on the user’s market and carrier.

December 5, 2019: Sony is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Xperia 1 and 5 globally, according to PiunikaWeb.

January 6, 2020: XDA-Developers reports that Sony has released the stable Android 10 update for the Xperia XZ3, XZ2, XZ2 Compact, and XZ2 Premium phones.

May 8, 2020: Users on Russian forum 4PDA report that the Xperia 10 and 10 Plus are receiving Android 10. The update is expected to reach other markets soon.


9. LG Android 10 update

LG G8 ThinQ Review against mirror

October 15, 2019: LG has announced the start of the Android 10 public preview program in its home country of South Korea. The company plans to release the official update by the end of the year. The tech giant hasn’t committed to an international release date yet, but it looks like we can expect the Android 10 update to come to the West in early 2020. Until then, the first device to get the preview is LG’s G8 ThinQ, followed by the V50 ThinQ next month.

November 1, 2019: LG announced that it will start rolling out the Android 10 update to the LG G8 ThinQ by the end of this year.

December 2, 2019: LG is apparently rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the G8 ThinQ in South Korea. The update includes the November 2019 Android security patch.

December 17, 2019: According to multiple users on Twitter, Android 10 is now rolling out to the LG G7 One.

January 16, 2020: XDA-Developers reports that LG is rolling out the stable Android 10 to the LG V50 ThinQ in South Korea. The update will likely make it to other markets soon.

January 20, 2020: Android 10 is rolling out to the LG G8 ThinQ in the US. The update is currently hitting Verizon and Sprint variants of the phone and is expected to reach other carriers soon.

January 24, 2020: LG has released its Android 10 roadmap, revealing which devices will get the latest version of Android and when. Here’s the list:

  • February 2020 — LG V50 ThinQ
  • Q2 2020 — LG G8X ThinQ
  • Q3 2020 — LG G7 ThinQ, LG G8S ThinQ, and LG V40 ThinQ
  • Q4 2020 — LG K40S, LG K50, LG K50S, and LG Q60

The roadmap revealed is for Italy, but we expect that the timeline above will apply globally as well.

January 31, 2020: According to a user on Reddit, the unlocked version of the LG G8 ThinQ has received the stable Android 10 in the US.

February 12, 2020: Users on Reddit report that the stable Android 10 is rolling out to the LG V50 ThinQ on Sprint.

February 22, 2020: According to users on Reddit, Android 10 is hitting T-Mobile variants of the LG G8 ThinQ.

May 13, 2020: According to users on Reddit, AT&T is rolling out Android 10 to the V40 ThinQ.

May 15, 2020: Sprint is rolling out Android 10 to the LG G8X ThinQ.

May 19, 2020: Verizon is now rolling out Android 10 to the LG V50 ThinQ.

May 20, 2020: According to users on Reddit, Android 10 is now rolling out to the T-Mobile variant of the LG G7 ThinQ.

May 20, 2020: According to PiunikaWeb, AT&T is rolling out Android 10 to the LG V35 ThinQ.

June 2, 2020: Verizon has started rolling out Android 10 to the LG V40 ThinQ.

June 9, 2020: AT&T has released the Android 10 update for the LG G8X ThinQ.

June 25, 2020: As spotted by PiunikaWeb, both Verizon and Metro by T-Mobile are rolling out Android 10 to the LG Stylo 5.

June 29, 2020: T-Mo News reports that LG Stylo 5 users on T-Mobile itself are also receiving the Android 10 update.

July 13, 2020: MyLGPhones reports that LG is rolling out Android 10 to the LG Q70, but only in South Korea for now. We expect the update to hit other markets soon.

August 4, 2020: According to a thread on Reddit, the LG G7 ThinQ is now receiving Android 10 in various European countries as well as in Canada.


10. HTC Android 10 update

Android 10 for HTC

March 11, 2020: According to PiunikaWeb, HTC is rolling out Android 10 to the HTC U11 Life.


11. Asus Android 10 update

Asus Zenfone 6 back here shot 2

October 22, 2019: According to PiunikaWeb, Asus is rolling out the open beta Android 10 update to the Zenfone 5Z. The update comes with the new ZenUI 6 on top.

November 5, 2019: Asus is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Zenfone 6 in the US and India.

November 5, 2019: XDA-Developers report that Asus has released the Android 10 kernel source code for the Zenfone 6/6Z.

November 7, 2019: The EU variant of the Zenfone 6 is now receiving Android 10.

November 9, 2019: Asus has kicked off the Android 10 beta program for the ROG Phone 2 and is looking for testers. To apply, one must own a ROG Phone 2 (obviously), share the device’s IMEI and serial numbers, and be an active member of the ZenTalk forums. Those interested can sign up here.

November 27, 2019: Asus is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the ZenFone 5Z.

March 9, 2020: The ROG Phone 2 is now finally receiving the stable version of Android 10.

April 23, 2020: Asus is rolling out Android 10 to the ZenFone Max M2 (ZB633KL).


12. Oppo Android 10 update

Oppo Reno 2 profile shot of back showing gradient

October 2, 2019: Oppo has released the beta version of Android 10 for the Oppo Reno, according to GizChina. The update is only available in China for now.

October 23, 2019: Oppo has announced that it will roll out what seems like a beta update of the Android 10 to a limited number of Oppo Reno devices in India. The update will then also expand to Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia by the end of this month.

May 10, 2020: Oppo is shipping out the stable Android 10 with ColorOS 7 on top to the Oppo Reno 2F.

June 12, 2020: According to BGR, Oppo is rolling out Android 10 with ColorOS 7 on top to the Oppo F9 and F9 Pro.

June 16, 2020: Android 10 is now rolling out to the Oppo A5 (2020) and A9 (2020).

June 24, 2020: Oppo is shipping out Android 10 with ColorOS 7 on top to Oppo F7 devices.

Juy 10, 2020: Oppo has released the Android 10 update with ColorOS 7 on top for the Oppo R15.

July 24, 2020: The ColorOS 7 update atop Android 10 is now coming to the Oppo F15 and A91. The manufacturer says the update is coming to users in  India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri-Lanka, Nepal, Thailand, Malay, Vietnam, Russia, and Kazakhstan.


13. Vivo Android 10 update

Vivo Android update

April 15, 2020: According to GSMArena, Vivo is rolling out Android 10 to the NEX 3 5G.

June 9, 2020: Looks like Vivo is now rolling out Android 10 to the Z1 Pro and Z1x in India.


14. Realme Android 10 update

Realme 5 in hand showing display and homescreen

September 13, 2019: Realme has revealed its Android 10 roadmap. The company will first roll out Android 10 to the Realme 3 Pro, Realme 5 Pro, Realme X, and Realme XT in Q1 2020. The update will then make its way to the Realme 3, 3i, and 5 in Q2, and to the Realme 2 Pro in Q3.

October 28, 2019: Realme has revealed its Android 10 roadmap for a few more devices. The Realme X Lite and Realme Q will get it in the first quarter of next year, while the Realme X2 and X2 Pro should receive it in Q2 2020. Keep in mind that these time frames only apply to Chinese versions of the phones. However, we expect the updates to make it to other markets a few weeks after being released in China.

November 26, 2019: Oppo has revealed its Android 10 roadmap. The latest version of Google’s OS will hit a number of the company’s handsets. You can check out exactly which ones and when below:

  • January 2020 — Realme 3 Pro, Realme XT
  • February 2020 — Realme X, Realme 5 Pro
  • March 2020 — Realme X2 Pro
  • April 2020 — Realme 3, Realme 3i
  • May 2020 — Realme 5, Realme 5S
  • June 2020 — Realme 2 Pro
  • Q3 2020 — Realme C2

November 29, 2019: Responding to a user on Twitter, Realme said that the Realme 1, Realme U1, Realme C1, and the Realme 2 won’t receive the Android 10 update.

January 21, 2020: Realme is rolling out the stable Android 10 along with its new Realme UI to the XT and 3 Pro smartphones.

February 27, 2020: Realme is shipping out the stable Android 10 with Realme UI on top to the Realme X and 5 Pro phones.

April 1, 2020: The stable version of Android 10 is now rolling out to the Realme X2 and Realme X2 Pro.

April 30, 2020: Android 10 with Realme UI on top is rolling out to the Realme 3 and 3i.

May 31, 2020: Realme is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Realme 5, 5i, and 5s in India.

June 23, 2020: As promised, Realme has started rolling out Android 10 to the Realme 2 Pro.


15. ZTE Android 10 update

ZTE Axon 10 Pro rear cameras

January 16, 2020: XDA-Developers reports that ZTE is rolling out the stable version of Android 10 to the Axon 10 Pro in Europe.

January 29, 2020: The Android 10 update for the ZTE Axon 10 Pro is available in the US, but you’ll have to sideload it. You can download it here and then follow instructions on ZTE’s website to install it.

16. TCL Android 10 update

TCL Logo CES 2020

January 26, 2020: According to TechValue, TCL is rolling out the Android 10 update to its Plex smartphone. In addition to all the usual Android 10 goodies, the update also weirdly includes the Modern Combat Rebel Guns game. Fortunately, it can be deleted from the phone.


Other Android 10-related coverage:


Have you received the Android 10 update on your phone? If not, when do you hope to get it?


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Who wants a phone with 5G, 90Hz display, and a big battery for $215? (Update)


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Update, August 4, 2020 (4AM ET): According to XDA-Developers citing a Realme spokesperson, the V series will also go on sale in most of Realme’s international markets, including Europe, at some point this year. This includes the Realme V5.

While there’s no pricing info for the phone just yet, a direct conversion from its Chinese price suggests a tag of around €180 in Europe. However, European pricing for phones is generally higher than Chinese prices.

Original article, August 3, 2020 (6:40 AM ET): The Realme V5 5G is now official in China, and with its introduction drops the price of 5G access to below the $ 250 mark.

The affordable phone adds bulk to the company’s previous device launches in 2020, like the X50 Pro and the X3 SuperZoom. But unlike this duo, the Realme V5 isn’t meant to be a flagship killer, unless you’re only buying flagships for 5G connectivity.

Aesthetically, it’s nothing we haven’t seen before this year. You’re looking at a punch-hole selfie camera with a shimmering rear plate and a large rectangular camera array in its top-left corner. The silver version also gets that now customary ‘Realme’ print at the rear of the device, although the branding is comically huge here.

See also: The best budget phones you can currently buy

Other on-trend features also make the list. The Realme V5 5G sports a 6.5-inch IPS display with 2,400 x 1,080 resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. Buyers also get a quad-camera array at the rear, headlined by a 48MP primary camera. Joining it is an 8MP ultrawide, a 2MP macro snapper, and a 2MP depth sensor. A 16MP sensor is used for the selfie camera.

Under the Realme V5’s skin lies the Mediatek Dimensity 720 chipset which gives the phone sub-6GHz 5G support and eight CPU cores to play around with. The chip isn’t as powerful as the Dimensity 820, but does allow Realme to add 5G support at a lower cost. A 5,000mAh battery keeps the lights on and can be topped up using Realme’s 30W SuperDart charging.

The Realme V5 will be offered with either 6GB or 8GB RAM, but 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage is the only storage option. There’s also a microSD card slot to boost that figure though.

Other creature comforts include a 3.5mm headphone jack, support for Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, and dual SIM slots. The device runs on Android 10 with Realme UI on top.

Realme V5 5G price and availability

The Realme V5 5G will go on sale in China on August 7 starting at 1,499 yuan (~$ 215) for the 6GB RAM model. The 8GB RAM option is 1,899 yuan (~$ 270). That’s an awful lot more to pay for just a bit more RAM.

As for the colorways, buyers get a choice of silver, green, and blue.

No pricing or availability info beyond China has been announced just yet, but the V5 could kick off a fierce affordable 5G phone battle if it’s ever launched internationally.

Next: The best 5G phones you can buy right now


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Blue Mail kicked off Play Store (Update: It’s back, plus Google statement)


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Update, August 1, 2020 (10:40 PM ET): Blue Mail ended up getting restored on the Google Play Store earlier today after 15 hours of it being unavailable to download. According to Google, its removal had nothing to do with retaliation against Blix, as that company’s founder suggested on Twitter.

Here is a statement that explains the situation in further detail from Dan Jackson, a Google spokesperson:

It’s completely false that we retaliated in any way against this developer. As part of our ongoing policy enforcement process, this app was flagged for similarities to the TypeApp mail app. As we always do when we find issues, we notified Blix and reached out to them to better understand the situation, and after a thorough review we have now reinstated the app.

This statement makes it very clear that the removal of Blue Mail had nothing to do with Blix’s involvement with the ongoing antitrust investigation against Google. Ben Volach, Blix’s founder, thanked Blue Mail’s supporters on Twitter while also calling for other developers who have faced similar problems to reach out and let him know about it.


Original article, July 31, 2020 (05:53 PM ET): Today, the popular email app Blue Mail was removed from the Google Play Store. A search on the store for the app as of publishing this article returned no results other than similar apps.

Blix, the development company behind Blue Mail, was quick to call out the removal as a retaliatory move by Google. Blix claims Google is fighting back because of Blix’s involvement with the ongoing antitrust investigations into Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple.

Google told The Washington Post that it was looking into the issue but did not give a direct comment on the removal of Blue Mail.

Blue Mail removal: Retaliation?

Ben Volach, the founder of Blix and co-creator of Blue Mail, posted the following tweet a few hours ago after he learned of the removal:

According to Volach, Blix only learned about the removal when users who were switching phones started asking why they couldn’t find the app on the Play Store. Volach says there was no notice from Google prior to the app’s removal, and therefore no way for Blix to fix whatever issue caused Google to make the decision to remove it.

Later, Blix said Google informed it that the removal was due to Blue Mail copying another app. However, it is unclear if Google gave Blix enough information to fix the situation or not. Since the app is currently unavailable, we’re going to assume that’s a no.

Blix has troubled history with app stores

While Blue Mail is incredibly popular (and one of the email apps we recommend), it has had its fair share of controversies. Over on the Mac App Store, the app had been removed by Apple after Apple released a product that Blix says was remarkably similar to Blue Mail. Blix sued Apple over this incident.

Related: Best email apps to manage your inbox

During the ongoing antitrust investigation into Apple, the company said it does not retaliate against or intimidate competitors. Blue Mail has since been restored to the Mac App Store.

Blix also previously accused Google of poaching its ideas when the latter company announced it would be integrating its chat app within Gmail in a similar form as Blue Mail.

Volach says Blix has been cooperating with authorities related to the ongoing antitrust investigations. It remains to be seen how long Blue Mail will be off the Play Store or if Google will give Blix a detailed account behind the reasoning for its removal.


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Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 9 series globally (Update: Note 9 teased for India)


Redmi Note 9 India Launch Teaser

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Update, July 9, 2020 (10:45 AM ET): Today, Xiaomi issued the above teaser image (h/t Fone Arena) that pretty much confirms the Redmi Note 9 is coming to India. The country already saw the Pro and Pro Max variants of this device, but now there will be a cheaper option.

Unfortunately, Xiaomi doesn’t give any specific details on when the Redmi Note 9 will land in the country, just saying it’s “coming soon.” However, the teaser image above does appear to confirm it will land on Amazon when it does. We’ll update this article once we are certain of the launch date!


Original article: April 20, 2020 (03:41 AM ET): Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Note 9 Pro Max in India last month, offering capable budget phones for the price. Now, the firm has launched the Note 9 series in Europe.

Unfortunately, the Note 9 Pro Max hasn’t made its way outside India, but European consumers do get the Note 9 Pro and the vanilla Note 9.

Redmi Note 9 series: The info you need

The Redmi Note 9 Pro offers a Snapdragon 720G chipset, 4GB to 6GB of RAM, 64GB to 128GB of expandable storage, and a 5,020mAh battery with 30W charging. You’re also getting a 6.67-inch FHD+ LCD screen, a quad camera setup (48MP+8MP ultra-wide+5MP macro+2MP depth), a 16MP camera in a punch-hole cutout, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Read: The best budget phones you can currently buy

The vanilla Note 9 is an all-new device though, featuring a MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, 3GB to 4GB of RAM, 64GB to 128GB of storage, and a 5,020mAh battery with 18W charging. Other notable details include a 6.53-inch FHD+ LCD screen, a quad rear camera setup (48MP+8MP+2MP+2MP), a 13MP camera in a punch-hole cutout, and a rear fingerprint scanner.

These devices also share a number of features, including NFC (depending on the market), an IR blaster, 3.5mm port, and dual-SIM connectivity.

The Redmi Note 9 Pro has a recommended price of $ 269 for the 6GB/64GB model and $ 299 for the 6GB/128GB variant. The regular Note 9 has a recommended price of $ 199 for the 3GB/64GB option and $ 249 for the 4GB/128GB model.

In the UK, we have some more specific pricing. The Note 9 starts at £179 (~$ 225) for the 3GB/64GB model and £199 (~$ 250) for the 4GB/128GB option. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 9 Pro will set you back £249 (~$ 313) for the 6GB/64GB option and £269 (~$ 338) for the 6GB/128GB variant. As stated earlier, the Note 9 Pro Max is still only in India.

We’re glad to see the Redmi Note 9 series see a wider launch, coming over a month after they first launched. You can check out more Xiaomi-related articles via the list below:


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Motorola Razr: Price and release date (Update: Now available in India)


Update, May 8, 2020 (3:30 AM ET): The Motorola Razr has finally released in India after getting postponed several times. We’ve added details about its India availability in the original article.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking to pick up the new Razr before it goes out of stock, you can do so by clicking on the link below.

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Original article, November 13, 2019 (11:16 AM ET): Motorola took the wraps off its very first foldable device this week: the Motorola Razr! The new smartphone joins the very limited selection of foldable devices launched this year, including the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X. However, the Motorola Razr price is much lower than those phones.

That doesn’t mean that the Razr is cheap! On the contrary, this is still a very expensive device, especially when you consider it has a much weaker spec sheet than the Mate X or the Galaxy Fold. Still, the design of the device is much different than those foldables and might be the practical product that will get people interested in the foldable future.

Motorola Razr release date

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Motorola formally launched the Razr at an event in Los Angeles on November 13, 2019. The device looks just like the Razr phones from the early 2000s — in fact, folded in half, the device is as thin as the very first Razr phone from 2004.

Motorola is continuing its partnership with Verizon and offering the Razr as an exclusive on that carrier. Pre-orders for the Razr were scheduled to open on December 26, 2019, but Motorola later delayed that date due to high demand. It previously announced a general in-store availability beginning on January 9, 2020, but that date was also delayed.

The phone finally went up on pre-order in the US on January 27 and sales for the device started on February 6.

While it’s likely the device will eventually be available as an unlocked model, keep in mind that only Verizon customers will have access to the device in the United States at first.

Continue on to read about the Motorola Razr price and release dates in other countries around the world.


Motorola Razr US price and availability

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On Verizon in the US, the Motorola Razr is priced at $ 1,499. You can either pay for the device outright or sign up for a payment plan and pay $ 62.49 per month for the next 24 months.

That price is a little lower than the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which starts at $ 1,980. It’s also significantly cheaper than the Huawei Mate X, which starts at €2,299 (~$ 2,529). However, since there’s just a Snapdragon 710 on board with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, one wonders why the company couldn’t make the Motorola Razr price even lower than $ 1,500.

In comparison, Samsung’s new clamshell foldable — the Galaxy Z Flip — is priced at $ 1,380 and comes with a superior Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. You can read our review of the Galaxy Z Flip here.

If you’re still interested in picking up the Motorola Razr from Verizon, you can do so by hitting the buy button below.

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Motorola Razr UK price and availability

The Motorola Razr is also available in the UK through an exclusive partnership with EE. Customers in UK will have to shell out upwards of £2,000 (~$ 2,562) to buy the Razr on contract.

The cheapest EE plan for the Razr starts at £94 (~$ 120) for 24 months. For that you’ll get a mere 10GB of data per month and will have to shell out £100 up-front to purchase the plan. This way you end up paying £2,356 (~$ 3,018) for the phone over the course of the two-year plan.

If you want to pick up the Motorola Razr from EE in the UK, you can head here to check out all the plans and purchase it.


Motorola Razr India price and availability

The Motorola Razr is priced at Rs 124,999 (~$ 1,687) in India. As part of an introductory offer, Citibank debit and credit card customers in India will be able to get a flat discount of Rs 10,000 (~$ 134) on the price of the phone.

The phone is now available on Flipkart but it’s not shipping to all cities in India owing to the ongoing coronavirus lockdown in the country. You can check availability for your region by entering you postal code on the ecommerce platform.

Those who buy the Motorola Razr in cities where Flipkart is delivering can expect it to ship in a week or so.

Interested Indian buyers can get the phone by clicking on the link given below.

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Motorola Razr Europe price and availability

The Motorola Razr in also available in select regions across Europe. In Italy, the phone is available through carrier TIM and costs €1,599 (~$ 1,784). In France, it’s slightly more expensive and is still on pre-order for €1,699 (~$ 1,895).


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Samsung Galaxy Fold update brings Galaxy S20 camera features to foldable


Update, April 29 2020 (6AM ET): Samsung pushed out Android 10 to the Galaxy Fold in late March and early April, including several Galaxy S20 features as well. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the Galaxy S20’s camera features in this update.

Thankfully, Samsung has just rolled out another Galaxy Fold update (h/t: SamMobile), and this one brings a few prominent S20 series camera features. Some of the more prominent additions include Single Take mode (automatically taking videos and pictures) and Night Hyperlapse.

Other prominent additions include the ability to record videos in Pro mode, custom filters based on your existing snaps, and the May 2020 security patch.

SamMobile adds that the update has the version number F900FXXU3BTDD and is rolling out in France right now. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long to reach other markets.


Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Fold Android update hub. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Galaxy Fold updates, including their current versions, and when future updates are likely to arrive.

Samsung Galaxy Fold One of the first folding smartphones in the market.

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  • Current stable version: Android 10/Android 9
  • When will the Samsung Galaxy Fold get Android 11? TBA

The Samsung Galaxy Fold launched with Android 9 Pie, the then-latest version of Android. It’s expected to receive two major updates in the future in keeping with most flagship Android phones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold update availability Android 10 Android 11
AT&T TBA TBA
US Unlocked TBA TBA
International Unlocked Yes TBA

The Samsung foldable received a major update (version F900U1UEU3BTCE) in late March and early April, bringing the Android 10-based One UI 2.1. This update also delivered Quick Share and Music Share capabilities.

Let us know which Galaxy Fold update you’re rocking in the comments, and if you’ve spotted an OTA we haven’t, tip us!

Looking for another device update? Check out our Android 9 Pie and Android 10 update trackers.

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WhatsApp could soon rival Skype and Zoom with this planned feature update


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In a recent response to the COVID-19 crisis, WhatsApp introduced more forward limits on the app to limit the spread of misinformation. Now, WhatsApp seems to be preparing yet another feature that would make it more useful during the ongoing pandemic.

Possibly prompted by the sudden rise in video calling, WhatsApp is reportedly looking to increase the group audio and video calling limit. The WhatsApp Beta watchers at WABetaInfo claim to have discovered a revealing string of code in the messaging app’s Android beta version 2.2.128.

Currently, WhatsApp restricts group video and audio calls to a maximum of four participants. This limit is tiny in comparison to video chatting platforms like Skype and Zoom, which allow a much larger number of people to participate in group calls.

There is no word on WhatsApp’s new group calling limit, but if Messenger is anything to go by, then we could see a refreshed limit of as many as 50 participants. After all, both platforms are owned by Facebook.

How many people do you think WhatsApp should allow on group calls? Take our poll below and let us know your preference.

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Zoom releases another privacy update as Google bans video chat app for employees


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Zoom is rolling out another minor update in response to multiple security concerns that have plagued the video conferencing software of late. The service will now hide Meeting ID numbers from the title bar so your ID won’t be exposed if you screenshot your meeting.

The change comes after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson accidentally revealed the Meeting ID of a sensitive cabinet call through a screenshot posted on Twitter. Following the incident, many random people attempted to crash the high-level meeting, raising major concerns about the platform’s user interface.

Although Zoom has now hidden the Meeting ID from the main chat window, it can still be found by clicking on the info icon on the meeting screen.

The service has also added a new security icon to the host’s meeting controls. This combines all of Zoom’s existing in-meeting security controls into one place, including those for locking the meeting, enabling waiting rooms, and more. The new security icon is now available on all Zoom platforms (i.e. PC, web, and app versions).

Trouble with Google

Meanwhile, Google reportedly banned Zoom from its employees’ laptops on Wednesday, citing security issues.

“Recently, our security team informed employees using Zoom Desktop Client that it will no longer run on corporate computers as it does not meet our security standards for apps used by our employees,” Google spokesman Jose Castaneda told Reuters.

Google will still allow employees to use the video chat app on their phones and browsers, albeit only for personal video calls.

Zoom’s take

Given these recent security troubles, the company is getting former Facebook security chief, Alex Stamos on board as a consultant. In a blog post published on Medium, Stamos said that he was impressed by the company’s willingness to take aggressive action to become a trusted platform.

“Zoom has some important work to do in core application security, cryptographic design and infrastructure security, and I’m looking forward to working with Zoom’s engineering teams on those projects,” Stamos noted in his post.

CEO of Zoom, Eric Yuan has also apologized for the platform’s security problems.

“What I can promise you is that we take these issues very, very seriously. We’re looking into each and every one of them. If we find an issue, we’ll acknowledge it and we’ll fix it,” Yuan said on the call.

Apart from the aforementioned privacy update, Zoom also introduced some new security features on April 6. You can read all about them here.

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