Android 10 was officially released yesterday and soon after the presentation, the update started to be available. Of course the first to receive were the Google Pixel, but there are also Xiaomi, OnePlus and Essential devices already receiving Android 10!
This new version of the most used mobile operating system in the world brings several new features and should reach much more equipment over the coming months.
Google has broken with the tradition of naming Android versions, and instead of naming a dessert, the new version of the operating system is just Android 10. It brings with it a host of new features that represent the current focus of Google and also from the technology industry in general.
Noteworthy is the native dark mode, more security and privacy, optimized navigation gestures and overall the operating system is smarter. Now this new version of Android is starting to reach the smartphones.
First to release the update was Google for its Pixel range, almost immediately after the official announcement. However, several manufacturers followed. Essential also tends to be a reference in this regard and once again did not disappoint. Just yesterday, Essential Phone was already receiving the update.
However, the list does not stop there. Two giants, OnePlus and Xiaomi, were also quick to release the latest Android. In the case of OnePlus, only OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro received it for now. In addition, the manufacturer did not provide a stable version of the operating system. This update, called Oxygen OS Open Beta 1, is not available OTA but all users can install it manually.
Surprisingly, Xiaomi also made Android 10 available for the Redmi K20 Pro. Despite having the MIUI interface, Xiaomi was super quick to release the update for this device. However, for other Chinese-branded devices no details are yet known about their availability dates.
Thus, several manufacturers are already using Android 10. The update will now be gradually released for a panoply of models from various manufacturers, several with their own ROM.