Samsung Galaxy S10 family is now receiving April update that brings some new camera features. In the previous major One UI 3.1 update, Samsung has brought many new features to these 2019’s flagship models. Now, the new firmware version comes with added camera functions that were first launched on Galaxy S21 smartphones. The software version G97*NKSU4FUCD is releasing for Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ & Galaxy S10e models. It also added Android’s latest April security patch to the devices to improve performance.
As per the changelog, Galaxy S10 series gets ultra wide camera in rear pro mode, and automatic detection at night in rear hyper lab mode. These two added functions will sure help users to capture more detailed images from their two year old flagship models. Last month, the Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Note 20 devices have received these features along with some other camera features. The Director’s view feature is still missing from this version, and we are less sure Samsung will bring it to the older models.
The firmware number with the same *FUCD has distributed in Europe, but the changelog is missing. The update is 400MB in size and available to install in South Korea. For the manual check, go to the Settings on Galaxy S10 series, and tap on Software update. Note that, Galaxy S10 Lite is another device from the Galaxy S10 family, so we still don’t know whether it gets the same treatment.