The affordable version of Galaxy S10 series, the Galaxy S10 Lite is now upgrading with new camera features. It has promoted with 48MP primary camera and 32MP front camera and the newly added features will surely give wide options to take advantage. The first firmware version for Galaxy S10 Lite is now rolling out in India that gives Super Steady Mode option to the UHD video recording of the rear camera. After the installation of the update, the smartphone will upgrade to firmware version G770FXXU2ATB2 that counts 416MB in size and secures Android’s February 2020 security patch. The device will also get an option to record videos in 16:9 UHD (3840×2160, 60fps) mode.
As per the changelog, the company has improved the overall picture quality of the Galaxy S10 Lite and also taken care of its stability. All flagship Samsung phones allow users to use Super Steady Mode in FHD, but here the company adds UHD recording to the Lite version. Apart from that, Samsung has improved the performance of the Fingerprint recognition system. We haven’t heard any issue in this department but still, it is good to get faster & secure performance. The phone has received February 2020 security patch level, it would have been better if they had given the March 2020 security patch like the other Galaxy S10 series devices. Anyway, Samsung might release the March security patch in the coming weeks.
To update the latest version on your Galaxy S10 Lite, go to Settings, and then Software Update, where you can check it manually. The Update is now distributing in India and soon it will come to other countries via OTA. These days, Samsung has become very fast to dispatch new firmware for its newly launched smartphones. Last week, the company had released its first software versions for Galaxy S20 Ultra & Galaxy Buds+, and now the Galaxy S10 Lite has received its first update.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.