Galaxy Note 10 users (in the USA) are in for a treat – a new update has finally arrived for US versions of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 series handsets, which comes with the latest July 2022 software patch. The update is now available for both carrier and unlocked handsets in the United States and brings some fixes for security and stability issues.
The new update comes with two software versions, with number N97xU1UES7HVF4 for unlocked Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus models, and version number N97xUSQS5GVF4 for carrier-locked phones. Launched back in 2019, the Note 10 phones feature high-end specs and run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset (with the Exynos 9825 version in other regions), and was one of the earliest devices to come with a hole punch camera design, the likes of which are now widely adopted today.
In our original review of the Galaxy Note 10, we described it as an “iterative upgrade, combining the best of last year’s Note 9 with the new features Samsung introduces on the S10 series.” The phone originally launched with Android 10, with Android 12 being its last major OS upgrade.
To check if your phone can download the newest update, simply head into your “Settings” app, head over to “Software Update” and tap “Download and Install.”