This post was last updated on July 7th, 2020 at 11:58 pm
We have been mentioning in our every article that Samsung has improved its speed of giving Android updates. Most of the Samsung devices have already updated to Android 10 before 2020. Back on March 13, the OneUI 2.0 update on top of Android 10 was rolled out for the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) in France. In France, the update was rolled out the version number “CTB9”, and with the March 2020 patch.
The device was launched with Android 8 Oreo out of the box, and the new Android 10 will be the final major update for the device and sadly there will be NO Android 11 official One UI update. But the custom ROM community is still alive and there is hope of getting Android 11 via LineageOS 18 or Pixel Experience 11 etc.
Later in April 2020, the update was rolled out in regions like Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Poland, Vietnam, Panama, Caucasus, US (for Sprint & Virgin), and in the Philippines. In the US, the update was rolled out with version number “CTD1.” Earlier, this week the brand has pushed the update in Indonesia. It was reported by a user on Twitter with a screenshot of the same.
The official changelog of the device is not available now, and it comes with the all-new Android 10 features. The firmware file of the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) is available for download. You can download it by clicking here.
As usual, the update rolls out as OTA, it will take some time to reach your device. Apparently, you can check for updates by going to Settings » Software update » Download and install. Please, let us know if you have installed the update.