The road to timely Android updates is fraught with danger, at least for those who do not own Pixel, OnePlus, or Nokia cell phones, but run one of the world's most prolific phone companies.
Yes, Samsung does not have a known wait of less than six months between when Google sends the final Android build to the manufacturer and the month or months that the One UI paint version is is interwoven.
Samsung is not so bad at Android updates
Of course, there's a lot more Samsung not only plays around with its thumbs, but also has to support dozens of models with hundreds of network operators with their respective test requirements.
The end result for the actual user, however, is that Android versions will be released toward the end of the summer, but end up in the galaxy some time before the spring bloom. Fortunately, Google has made the upgrade to the latest version of Android Easier in the last one or two iterations, by separating the core components from the user-related overlay, and 2019, if we're likely to see the full benefits of it Most phones now support such updates.
Here's how we can expect the update to Android 10 for our popular Galaxy S10 or Note 10 models to be instantaneous. T-Mobile and other US carriers say they are working hard on this matter.