As promised, the latest version of Samsung's One UI is starting to roll out for the unlocked versions of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 phones. The update bumps up the version of One UI to 2.1 and delivers some of the new features the Galaxy S20 lineup has.
The firmware versions for the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note10 are G97xU1UEU3DTC9 and N97xU1UEU3CTC9, respectively. The first one weighs around 1.4GB while the Note10's upgrade is a little over 1.6GB big.
The list of new features is in the changelog - Single Take, Pro mode for video recording, AR Zone and My Filters. Additionally, the front camera can now record 1080p and 2160p videos at 60 frames per second. The Quick Share and Music Share features are also on the list.
And last, but not least, the update delivers the latest April security patch from Google, kudos for that.
Some people use their phones for 4/5 years. For example in third world countries there are no upgrade plans from carriers so one has to pay all the amount for phones in one go. Also, elders and the not so tech savy people use their phones for 4/5 yea...
Is your phone globe or smart locked?