In September 2020, Android 10 will be a year old. At the time, we expect the likes of Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL and all the way down to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to start receiving the stable updates to Android 11 OS.
Google started testing Android 11 a while back and, in fact, the beta testing is in its final stages. Even so, those on non-Google devices will still have to wait much longer before getting hands-on with the new OS. T-Mobile users can check eligible devices here.
Sure, a number of T-Mobile-branded smartphones will likely be upgraded to Android 11 before the year ends. But with the way things are with software updates on carrier-branded devices, most will receive this update months later, you know, just like it’s happening with Android 10 update.
As noted, Android 10 is nearly a year old and despite all the time the OS has been around, a number of devices are still in line to receive the update. And in this article, we keep track of T-Mobile devices that have received the update to Android 10 so far.
As expected, we will keep the article up to date as and when a T-Mobile handset picks up an update to Android 10.
- Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL
- Google Pixel 3a & Pixel 3a XL
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series
- Samsung Galaxy S10 series
- Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
- LG G8 ThinQ
- LG V40 ThinQ
- LG G7 ThinQ
- LG Stylo 5
- OnePlus 7 Pro
- OnePlus 6T
- Motorola Moto G7 Power
Unlike other eligible Android devices sold through T-Mobile, the Moto G7 Power has yet to receive its update to Android 10. We will keep an eye on the developments and update this article when the OS is released.
In the event that your device isn’t featured on this list and it has actually picked up the update to Android 10, be sure to let us know about it via the comments section below.
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