Sprint is now releasing the June security patch for Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphones in the US. The update brings the manual Night Mode function to the camera and QR Code scanning for Wi-Fi sharing. It is the third telecom operator to bring these features to the Galaxy S10+ device. Previously, AT&T & Verizon have issued both features to these Samsung devices with Night Mode function. Users have waited more than usual time to get these features. It is almost July end and users are receiving June Update. Even Galaxy S10 5G smartphone has received all these features along with July security patch.
The new firmware version G975USQU2ASG8 is released which is 509MB in size. As per the report, only Galaxy S10+ is getting this update and other Galaxy S10 smartphones may join soon. In the other countries, all Galaxy S10 devices are receiving Google’s July security patch so US variants are behind the schedule to get new software.
Samsung has firstly introduced Night Mode & QR Code functions to Galaxy S10 devices in the May update. Later, these features come to the Galaxy S9 duo, Note 9 & Galaxy A50 smartphones. The update has now spread into all major countries. Later, AT&T became the first operator to release these functions to all the Galaxy S10 version, followed by Verizon on the next day. To get the latest update go to the Software Update section in the Setting menu.
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