Galaxy S10, S10+ & S10e Received One UI 2.1 Update

In the new firmware update, Samsung has updated last year’s premium smartphone series Galaxy S10 to the One UI 2.1. The new firmware version brings all the exclusive features of Galaxy S20 to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ & galaxy S10e smartphones. Last wee, the moderator at Samsung Korea had already hinted about the new version, but he mentioned releasing it in the next month. Now it is good that the company brought it before the schedule. The firmware version G97*FXXU4CTC9 is now available in Germany, which counts 1556MB download.

It is the first major version for the Galaxy S10 lineup in the new year. It brings a new version of AR emoji to make rich conversation. There are now various menus, modes & filters to the camera like a single take, AR Zone, professional video, own filters, selfie sound & time lapse for the night mode for recording videos with the front camera in FHD/UHD at 60 fps. Quick crop setting in Gallery, as well as Samsung Keyboard with multilingual translation, stickers & undo/redo function, has also added.

One UI 2.1 Update

The Quick share will allow you to share files with other Samsung devices in a secure mode. To share the music with your friends, you can now use the Music share function. Galaxy S10 lineup is also the first to receive Android’s latest 1st April 2020 security patch. The One UI 2.1 update is now rolling out in Germany & soon it will hit all remaining major regions. Galaxy Note 10, Note 9 & Galaxy S9 devices will also get this firmware version in the next few days or weeks.

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  1. That’s sound like quite the update.. kudos sam, almost makes me regret switching to iPhone lol

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