Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ already receiving first software update


Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ already receiving first software update

Some of the consumers around the world have already received their S10 phones, while others are still waiting for the initial delivery. Between all this delivery thing, Global and carrier locked S10 phones are already started to receiving their first software update.

Major mobile carriers in the US has already scheduled an update for all three phones, as the global variants will also receive an initial update with fixes and improvements.

In the US, the build version from Verizon and Sprint are G970/G973/G975USQU1ASBA for S10e, S10 and S10+, T-Mobile has set the first update with build version G970/G973/G975USQU1ASAF. While AT&T seems little ambiguous on this matter.

This update for all build version mentioned above brings February 2019 security patch and several fixes according to the carriers.

The Global variants come with build versions are G970FXXU1ASBA, G973FXXU1ASBA, and G975FXXU1ASBA for Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+. This update includes improvements for Camera and Ultrasonic fingerprint along with Bixby Key remapping feature as well as February 2019 security patch.