Samsung has just started pushing the first firmware update for its new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus. New Note 10 update carries with itself a whole host of improvements and additions. Despite the phone being set to debut on August 23rd, this firmware upgrade is designed to address any bugs, glitches that were reported via broader testing through reviewers and early adopters of the phone. Once you receive your device, this update should immediately pop-up and we recommend that you install it as soon as possible for the best software experience.
Galaxy Note 10 was launched earlier this month, however, as a phone remains in development for more than just a month, all devices will ship with software that carries an older security patch release. In order to bring the Note 10 up to speed, latest August 2019 has already begun rolling out — before the actual retail launch! While newer security patch is one new update, there are various others as well which we will discuss ahead.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Galaxy Note 10+ August 2019 Software Update
Similar to what we saw with Galaxy S10, Samsung has been quick to launch a new update release for its Note 10 as well as Note 10+. Both phones will be getting the same build-code update. Within this new release, the major change is obviously the August 2019 security patch. Further, there have been improvements to the Fingerprint scanner, Touchscreen responsiveness, camera quality and more. The official change-log is listed right below for a complete description on as to what is new.
Build Code: ASH5 (Same for both Phones)
ASH5 August 2019 Galaxy Note 10 Update – Official Changelog:
- The performance of Fingerprint recognition has been improved
- The performance of Touch screen has been improved
- The stability of Camera has been improved
- Camera picture quality has been improved
- The security of your device has been improved
This change-log indicates this initial update is quite an important one hence users should immediately upgrade to it for the best possible experience. Also, any initial bugs that surfaced on Note 10 or Note 10 Plus should be fixed with this software release as well.
Samsung has surely been improving its update release schedule especially for newer devices, we can not wait to try out Android Q once it gets released for the Galaxy Note 10! Do check all the official Samsung Accessories for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.