The Samsung Galaxy A80 and Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) phones are currently receiving an all-new Android 10-based One UI upgrade. While the Galaxy A6 (2018) most recently receives a safety and security upgrade in March 2020, the Galaxy A80 will earn a spot in February 2020, while the two phones get entirely new safety and security point. Android 10 upgrades offer dark mode, new UI renovations, enhanced navigation albeit more secure, Face Unlock, and many other adjustments. Samsung has previously announced Android 10 for the Front Runner Galaxy S collection and Galaxy Note collection and has actually launched an upgrade rollout of the Galaxy A collection.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 appears to be getting an upgrade in France in the meantime, but it will be released in several other regions in a few weeks. The firmware variant of this upgrade is a805 FXXU4BTC3 and provides a safety and security point in February 2020. The Android 10-based One UI 2.0 upgrade offers an alternative to similarly rejuvenating UI, new emoticons, digital well-being, new wallpapers, electronic camera application renovations, and displaying fingerprint symbols when turning off displays. The upgrade rollout has actually been reported by Sammobile.
The Galaxy A6 (2018) has also been reported to be getting an Android 10 upgrade in France as well. Other markets come out quickly and the French firmware variant is the A600 FNXXU5CTB9. This Android 10 upgrade will also provide android safety and security points in March 2020. No major changes were shared, but Sammobile reported that the upgrade provides a new UI, motion navigation, and more.
Samsung Galaxy A80 and Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) customers in France can find upgrades directly from Settings>> Software Upgrades > Downloads and Settings. We recommend setting up an upgrade on a solid Wi-Fi link, as well as when your phone isn’t costly.