Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung recently launched its flagship Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup has certain features that the company’s existing smartphones don’t have (yet). Well, as it turns out, Samsung has decided to push some of the exciting features of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones to its Samsung Galaxy S10 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series of smartphones. Take a look at the features that are no longer exclusive to Samsung Galaxy S20 devices, as the company has started pushing the latest One UI 2.1 skin into the Samsung Galaxy S10 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.
Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 10 Series Receive Certain Galaxy S20 Series Features with One UI 2.1
Samsung has started rolling out a new software update to the Samsung Galaxy S10 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones. The latest update will bring about features like Single Take, Night Hyperlapse, Pro Video mode, Quick Share, Easy Share, and improved Night Mode to the devices. The features have so far only been available on Samsung’s Galaxy S20 lineup of smartphones. Out of the features that we have mentioned above, the Night Hyperlapse and the improved Night mode features won’t be “applied to Galaxy Note 10 Lite” as per the company, but the other features might be rolled out to the device.
Other features that will roll out with the latest One UI 2.1 update will include 4K videos at 60 frames per second with the front camera, custom filters in the camera app, Quick Crop and Clean View features in the Gallery app. The update will bring the latest April 2020 security patch to the Samsung Galaxy S10 series and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series devices.
The latest One UI 2.1 update is currently being rolled out in Germany and Switzerland and the company has not given any official statement as to when the update will reach the remaining parts of the globe, but we can expect that to happen soon now. Nevertheless, if you are living in either of the two countries that we mentioned above, the update is being rolled out Over the Air and chances are that you might already have received it on your device. If you have not, you can go to your device’s settings menu and tap the Check for Updates button in order to receive the update.
The latest update comes with a file size of 1.5GB, so one must have a pretty stable data connection to update their device to the latest One UI 2.1 skin. Furthermore, we would request users to take a backup of their sensitive data before hitting the update button.
As of now, this is all we know about Samsung’s One UI 2.1 update, but we are sure to receive more information on the same in the coming days. Whenever we do, we shall keep you informed on the same.
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