This year Samsung has done a great piece of revolutionary thing by announcing the Samsung Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Fold smartphones. While the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10E, and Galaxy S10 5G are also in the list of its new flagship in 2019. The device is running on Android 9 Pie and Samsung’s One UI out-of-the-box. Now, the Samsung started rolling out first Galaxy S10 firmware update as well.
The new and the first-ever Samsung Galaxy S10 OTA update brings system improvements like in-display fingerprint recognition and camera stability. The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus both the devices receiving this update in the European countries. While we have got the Galaxy S10 Plus firmware update details which have a build number of G975FXXU1ASBA/G975FOXM1ASBA and based on Android Pie.
The new OTA update also brings Samsung’s Bixby button customization. Now, the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus users can remap the Bixby Voice Assistant button with another app or action. If you don’t get the update yet, check it for manually from device Settings > System Updates > Check for Updates easily.
If the OTA update is available on your device variant, then simply download the update and install it normally. Once the installation and set up process completed, your device should reboot into the updated system. The mentioned OTA update size is around 500 MB and can be downloaded properly via a Wi-Fi connection. However, you can also use the mobile carrier data to download the OTA (if necessary).