News hardware Samsung updates its older Galaxy S10 and Note 10 smartphone models
The manufacturer Samsung continues the waves of updates of its smartphones to the latest version 4.1 of One UI. It is now up to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 to take advantage of it.
It’s not just the new role models in life. There are software updates too. If Apple enjoys total control of its ecosystem, this is not the case on Android. Also, the follow-up of the manufacturers is more intensely observed there, since a good follow-up is often equivalent to a good purchase. Samsung, the great king of the Android market that recently gave us the Galaxy S22, became one in part because of this, and continues to prove its worth over the years.
Galaxy S10 and Note 10 get One UI 4.1
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 may have been released on the market three years ago, but the manufacturer has not forgotten them. In January, the latter were already taking advantage of One UI 4.0 which brought with it Android 12 and all its new features. This month, the rollout of One UI version 4.1 is now underway.
For One UI 4.1, an incremental version of its latest OS, Samsung has still slipped in some interesting new features. We particularly think of the addition of new photo editing features, which allow you to erase shadows and reflections automatically on your shots.
Still a little patience
You can also take advantage of new features such as Smart Widgets, improved Samsung Health or Google Duo Live Sharing. New version obliges, you will also find some optimizations on the camera and many bug fixes. The March 2022 security patch is integrated with this update.
Now all you have to do is wait for your Samsung Galaxy S10 or Note 10 to offer you the OTA update. Deployment has begun and will be done in waves; it’s only a matter of days before you enjoy it too.
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