With the launch of Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra, Samsung has introduced One UI 2.5 version with some new features. Nearly two weeks ago, the company has dispatched this new update to the 2020’s Galaxy S20 series flagship models. Now the company is seeding a newer version to the Galaxy S10 series (not Galaxy S10 Lite) with almost all the features of One UI 2.5. The firmware version G97*FXXU8DTH7 is now rolling out for the devices, and as per the users mentioned, it is available in Germany. Along with it, you will see the latest Android’s September security patch.
The One UI 2.5 brings support for Wireless Dex, which lets you mirror your smartphone screen to the supported Samsung smart TVs. The Pro Video Mode has also been enhanced to get the most from the camera. Also, the update has made it easy to share Wi-Fi credentials with other Samsung Galaxy devices. In the keyboard, the keyboard search has been added that allows users to search for YouTube videos.
The keyboard also supports landscape mode for easy writing. In the SOS function, users can now share their real-time location every 30 minutes for 24 hours. Further, in the Always On Display users can set Bitmoji stickers, and finally Screen zoom & Font Size options have added for the customization of display size. The update is currently rolling out in Germany, and it will soon distribute in other countries. You can check for the update manually from the Settings – Software Update.
As the Galaxy S10 is receiving One UI 2.5 firmware version, we think Galaxy Note 10 lineup will also get the same version very soon. Samsung has also confirmed One UI 2.5 software for Galaxy S9 & Note 9 and as per the report, the company has started building it.
As the users reported, the Galaxy Note 10 series is also now getting the latest One UI 2.5 update. The new firmware is now rolling out in European countries and soon it will distribute in other regions. You can check the new version in Settings – Software Update – Download 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.