Samsung has recently released the official Android 10 update for the Galaxy A6 (2018) on the top of One UI 2.0 in France and the update will soon hit in other countries as well. The Galaxy A6 2018 came with Android 8.0 Oreo and then last year it has received the Android 9.0 Pie update as well.
Samsung is doing a great job by providing the latest Android 10 update to its two-year-old devices. While other OEMs are still trying to seed the Android 10 update to its latest eligible devices. If you want, you can download Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) Android 10 based OneUI 2.0 update from this article.
The Android 10 update brings system-wide dark mode, gestures navigation, smart reply, live caption, focus mode, family link, easy security updates, built-in call screening, sound amplifier, etc. While it also offers improved app permissions, enhanced location privacy control, 5G & foldable support, and more. Additionally, the One UI 2.0 update brings some of the dedicated features like AOD (Always-On Display), improved navbar, themes, stock applications, dynamic lock screen, improved Digital Wellbeing, improved stock camera interface, in-built screen recording, smoother transition animations, and more.
This new Galaxy A6 (2018) Android 10 firmware update brings the CTB9 build number in France along with the latest March 2020 Android Security Patchset. If you want to install this update, you can either manually download the firmware or can wait for the OTA update notification. Therefore, all the interested Galaxy A6 (2018) users can check for OTA updates via Settings – Software Update – Check for updates – Download and Install. Otherwise, if you can’t wait further, you can check the latest Galaxy A6 (2018) Android 10 firmware update and download it by using the Frija tool for free.
Galaxy A6 (2018) One UI 2.0 | A600FNXXU5CTB9 Firmware Link (France)
Steps to Flash Firmware – Galaxy A6 (2018) Android 10
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