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Verizon users waiting for the Galaxy Note 10 update

Author at TechGenyz Tech
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Update

T-Mobile has recently launched the June Security update for Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. With this news making the rounds, the Verizon users are getting impatient.

After T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint have provided an update to Galaxy Note 10+, it seems like the Verizon users are indignantly waiting for an update. Redditors have voiced their concerns over the issue.

When this news of the security update by T-Mobile was made public, all the Verizon users set their eyes for their updates. Since they haven’t received any update so far, their anger is quite legitimate.

While one of the Redditors actually cheered Verizon to boost its advancement towards bringing about an update, another one of them commented that the update may arrive in 2021. In the same thread, someone tried to poke fun saying T-Mobile is the slower one. But the user quickly received a reply that T-Mobile is way ahead of the Verizon users. But he is positively looking forward to the updates soon.

In the given circumstances, the angry users did not forget to use harsh words to blame Verizon for its delay. But a good bit of users have discussed their experience post updating their devices. They seem content with the results of the update. According to them, the WiFi is more stable and the fingerprint works faster.

A Redditor reported that it took 500MB for him to update, that he got last week. His fellow T-Mobile and Sprint users are also quite happy about the update.

So until the next update for Verizon is available, this cold war between the T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T and Verizon users will continue to happen. Let us wait and watch when the update arrives. Well, Verizon needs to buckle up.

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