Samsung Galaxy S10 reaches end of life; no more security updates for Samsung's 2019 flagship


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Jan 8, 2011
With the Galaxy S10 over four years old, the Korean giant has updated its support page to reflect that the phone has reached its end of life.

The Galaxy S10 moved to a quarterly update schedule last year when Samsung retired the Galaxy S9 series. So, the company is discontinuing support for it right as per its schedule. The March 2023 patch, which contains fixes for a severe Exynos modem vulnerability, should be the last update for the phone for now. However, if any severe security vulnerability or bug is reported, Samsung might roll out a surprise firmware for these devices down the line.

Since the Galaxy S10 5G and S10 Lite launched a few months after the S10 series, they will get another quarterly security patch before their support is discontinued.


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