Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e get Android 12

Samsung has released Android 12 for the Brazilian Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e. The update began to be available to cell phones purchased at retail (ZTO) this week with the One UI 4 interface. Among the novelties are new privacy tools and changes to the look thanks to Material You.

One UI 4 for the Galaxy S10 arrives after the launch of the update for the Galaxy S21 in Brazil. Through it, the user receives the news of Android 12 and the Samsung interface, such as privacy indicators. The update also has a tool that collects the colors of the wallpaper and applies it to the elements of the system.

The update is available for the Brazilian Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e. To obtain it, you must have a cell phone unit purchased at retail (ZTO). In the case of smartphones sold by operators, the new version of Google’s operating system under the One UI 4 interface should reach consumers at another time.

It is worth remembering that this may be the last version of the system available for the line. In 2020, the company announced that some cell phones would have three years of updates. That is, since the Galaxy S10 was announced in 2019 with Android 9 (Pie), it is likely that the three phones will not receive the future Android 13. Security updates, on the other hand, must be maintained for another year.

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