[UPDATE: Galaxy A71 5G too] T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is getting standalone 5G support


T-Mobile’s Galaxy A71 5G is now getting new update that brings standalone 5G support. This update also brings improved camera performance and the September 2020 security patch. The software version of this update is A716USQU2ATH7 and the size is 415.54MB.



SEPTEMBER 17, 2020:

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is receiving a new software update on the T-Mobile network carrier in the US. This update brings the August 2020 security patch and a major network upgrade. The latest update brings a capability to the device to support T-Mobile’s standalone 5G network.

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According to the T-Mobile, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G upgrading to N976USQU3BTI5 build number weighing around 400MB in size. After updating your device you would get higher quality 5G and better 5G signal strength on your device. T-Mobile has launched the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on its network carrier last year and released the Android 10 after a month.

Last month, the US’s major service carrier T-Mobile has launched its standalone 5G network. Previously, Note 10+ 5G users could use T-Mobile’s 600MHz 5G, which means 5G signals were limited to the range of 4G LTE. After this update, you could see better 5G connectivity along with lower latency.

If you have not already received a notification about its availability, you can try a manual search by going to the Settings app then Software Update, and then tap the download and install option on the following interface.

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