Update, March 28: The rollout has resumed. Samsung hasn't given any details on the issue that caused the delay.
Update, March 25: The rollout has been stopped and the update has been removed from Samsung's servers. No explanation has been given.
Samsung is rolling out a new update for its S10 flagships. It improves the performance of the Wireless PowerShare feature and the stability of the camera. Also, the security patch has been bumped up to March 1.
The new software versions are as follows: G975FXXU1ASC8 for the Galaxy S10+, G973FXXU1ASC8 for the Galaxy S10 and G970FXXU1ASC8 for the Galaxy S10e. You can check in the Software update menu in Settings to see if the update has reached your unit. Currently, there are reports that the update has reached the UK and Germany.
One feature that Samsung is working on got delayed and is not part of this update. The S10 phones do not have a notification LED, so Samsung will use the ring around the camera to do that (complete with different colors for different apps).
The Local model of where I live is Exynos. But I own snapdragon one. I always order from the US the models of Samsung. I did a check with my friend's S10, and My S10e. And we charged our Smartwatches, I have the Samsung Galaxy Gear S3 Frontier LTE ...
You can confirm what? If you have no Exynos model for comparison you cant vouch for anything. PowerShare works flawlessly on my Exynos S10.
Can confirm this problem (s10e Exynos user here) 4.5hr SOT with Android System/OS and Device Idle eating 12% each of my battery life. Big problem!