Samsung has reportedly rolled out a software update for the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ smartphones that has the latest August security patch.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series may carry a similar price tag to the Galaxy Note 10 series. The upcoming Galaxy Note 20 may hit the South Korean markets for KRW 1.199 million (roughly Rs. 74,700), while the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra may cost KRW 1.452 million (roughly Rs. 90,400). It can be speculated that the new Galaxy Note 20 offerings could feature a similar pricing to its predecessor series. Caption: Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to be launched at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 update size is said to be 260MB, and the security patch is at February 2020. The translated changelog suggests optimisations in facial recognition and full screen and navigation gestures.