The stable update ad Android 11 per Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10+ e Samsung Galaxy S10e would have been suspended, although for the moment there are no official indications from the manufacturer. The rollout that brings the One UI 3.0 on the 2019 flagships had started for the Befana, but it seems that the Seoul house was forced to interrupt it temporarily to investigate some problems.
Update to Android 11 suspended for Samsung Galaxy S10
The update to Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 range had begun to be seen only in these hours in Italy, apparently starting from the Vodafone brand smartphones, but it will probably be a while longer. Right now the firmware with the One UI 3.0 is no longer available to download, not even through SmartSwitch, even if the manufacturer has not yet confirmed the reason.
There could be some more or less serious bugs behind this choice: some users would be complaining of camera malfunctions and overheating of their Samsung Galaxy S10, although behind the withdrawal there could be something else that only Samsung became aware of during the release.
Hard to say when the distribution can resume of the update to Android 11, especially considering that we don’t know exactly what the problem is. It could therefore take only a few hours or a few days: of course we will not fail to keep you informed of the evolution of the situation. Have you already managed to update your Samsung Galaxy S10 to Android 11 with One UI 3.0? Have you encountered any problems? The box below is at your disposal.