The Galaxy S10 series was announced in the first quarter of 2019. As the Galaxy S10 smartphone lineup completes its fourth birthday, Samsung has ended its support for official updates. Due to the high-end hardware and continuous software support, the Galaxy S10 phone still waves among users. It’s another good day for Galaxy S10 smartphone users as the company has started rolling out a brand new software update for the respective devices.
As mentioned above, the Galaxy S10 series devices have already crossed their fourth year, and the company has stopped releasing any new updates to the devices after the March 2023 security update. But, this latest firmware brings some stability fixes and install improvements that will enhance the user experience to a great extent.
Ultimately, these enhancements will take your Galaxy S10 handsets to a new level. The company is slowly rolling out the latest firmware for the carrier-locked version of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+; Galaxy S10e comes with firmware version G973USQU9IWG2, G975USQU9IWG2, and G970USQU9IWG2, respectively. Therefore, we recommend that you download the update as it appears on the Galaxy phone’s screen.
According to the information, this update is being released in the US on the networks of T-Mobile, MetroPCS, and US Cellular. Other carriers may release the update soon. It brings the July 2023 improvement patch, and as per the firmware version, the new update does not include any new features and performance enhancements.
If you have a carrier-locked version of the Galaxy S10 handsets in the US, you can now check for the new update by heading to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and Install.