Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s newest flagship that debuted back in February.

The hardware is available in four models; the Galaxy S10e, standard Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 5G.

The first three are currently available for purchase in the UK while the latter will launch later this year.

Samsung’s new hardware comes pre-installed with the firm’s new One UI software running over Android 9 Pie.

One UI is most notable for its intuitive design that makes it easier for Android fans to use larger devices, such as the Galaxy S10+, with one hand.

Moreover, the operating system skin also touts a plethora of customisation options such as a system-wide dark mode, a feature not present on even Google’s version of Android.

The American tech giant’s mobile platform is granted monthly security updates that provide fixes to vulnerabilities that could be exploited.

Once Google has debuted a new security patch, other vendors then distribute it to their respective devices.

Samsung recently started rolling out Android’s April 2019 security patch for its S10 lineup that provides a range of critical fixes.

In particular, the South Korean tech powerhouse said the update addresses five vulnerabilities it deems to be “critical”.

Additionally, it was also insisted the patch addresses 21 other issues it stated were “high” in importance.

As noted by SamMobile, the security update appears to be rolling out to Galaxy S10 owners across the globe gradually.

It was insisted some Android fans in Switzerland have been granted it.

If you have not received a prompt telling you to download the patch, you can check for it manually.

Head to Settings > System updates > Check for system updates to do so.

The Android April 2019 security patch has already started rolling out for the Galaxy S9, S9+, Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Note 8.



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