Samsung has released a new software update to its Galaxy S10 5G smartphone. The small update pushed to optimize modem of the device to improve its overall quality and increase the internet speed. For the 5G smartphone, 5G modem is the main component on the device so it could give maximum speed without compromising battery power or other important factors. The firmware version G977NKSU1ASF3 has been rolled out with June 2019 Android security patch. It carries the same firmware version as the previous update though it comes with different baseband, G977NKOU1ASG5.
It is a small update that counts only 4.48MB. The little software is serving in South Korea, where Samsung has launched its first 5G smartphone.
It is the second firmware version this month. The first update of this month had brought Night Mode and vibration feedback for navigation gesture features to the device. These two features have already been installed on all other Galaxy S10 models. Galaxy S10 5G has a different role in the market; that’s why it always gets some different updates than the other three models. Like, in the last update, the company has improved reception stability, battery usage, and terminal stabilization code.
Samsung Galaxy 5G is now available in some major countries and it has crossed 1 million marks in its home country. In the US, AT&T has launched it for its business customers, and Verizon has announced it with the new plans. None of the 5G Samsung smartphones in other regions has received these updates. Galaxy S10 5G has just released in Europe & the USA so they may join with the next software updates. To get the latest update go to Settings > Software Update > Download & Install.