AT&T Galaxy S10 units have started to receive new software update in U.S which adds new Night Mode to camera app and June month android security patch. By releasing this update AT&T becomes the first carrier in U.S to bring this new night mode to Snapdragon powered S10 devices. Recently T-Mobile has also rolled out the June update to Galaxy S10 devices, but sadly they didn’t include this night mode feature. However Exynos powered Galaxy S10 series were already received this same software update.
This update is now available for Galaxy S10 Plus device that brings the new build number G975USQU2ASF6. Soon AT&T carrier will release this same update to Galaxy S10 and S10e smartphones. The build number for Galaxy S10 and S10e will come as G973USQU2ASF6 and G970USQU2ASF6. What about the firmware size? It weighs around 522.53 MB for Galaxy S10+; it may vary for S10 and S10e units.
If you own AT&T Galaxy S10 in your hands, you will receive prompt automatically to download the OTA update. Suppose it didn’t pop-up on your device, you can initiate it manually from Settings menu. Optionally you can also download the OTA firmware from third party site and side-load it via PC.
Users who bought the Galaxy S10 series from other U.S carriers like T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon, must wait until they roll out the software update.