South Korean tech giant Samsung has rolled out a new software update for its flagship smartphone lineups — Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 series — according to a report by Sammobile.
As per the report, the update brings the October 2020 patch to the top-end smartphone lineups.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ users have started receiving firmware version N97xU1UES4DTI1 in the US and firmware version N97xFXXS6DTI5 in Germany. As for the users of Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the firmware version N98xU1UES1ATID is being rolled out.
There is no word on what features do these updates bring to the Note 10 and Note 20 lineup. The October 2020 patch is expected to be rolled out to users in India soon.
Back in August, Samsung had announced that it will be offering software updates to some of its smartphones and tablets for a minimum of three years.
Apart from the flagship Galaxy Note and S-series smartphones, this list also covers some mid-range handsets as well as tablets too.