South Korean tech giant Samsung has always delivered top of the line flagships. Samsung is prominently known for its premium flagship lineups like the S series and the Note series. Both the Galaxy S series and the eminent Note series devices are loved by users and are absolutely amazing. The Note series brings forth some stunning flagships with amazing specs and an equally awesome S-Pen. The Galaxy Note 10 is one of the best high-end flagships from the latest Note series. This device recently got updated to Android Q and currently runs on One UI 2.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes with a 1080p 6.3 Dynamic AMOLED display. The device is powered by Exynos 9825 or the Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855 depending on the region. It comes with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of Storage. The smartphone runs on the latest iteration of OneUI 2 based on Android 10. The device is fueled by a 3500 mAh battery. The device sports a triple-camera setup at the back with a 12 MP primary camera. On the front, the device has got a 20 MP selfie shooter.
Navstar App Update:
Good Lock app for Samsung devices basically brings us the ability to modify the looks and feel of the device. Guess what, the latest Good Lock update brought the support for One UI 2 which wasn’t earlier supported. But for the proper functionality, all the app modules need an update as well. That’s when the Navstar app came up with an update with support for One UI 2. However, the update was not available for the Galaxy Note 10 and that’s why Navstar wasn’t working for it.
The good news is Galaxy Note 10 will finally get the Navstar app update coming this April. Navstar is nothing but an app module inside the Good Lock app for Samsung devices. Navstar lets us modify the navigations button and get more amazing buttons than the stock ones.
Recently, the Good Lock support team revealed that the Galaxy Note 10 will get the app update in April in a comment. Cheers Peeps!!
Stay tuned for further developments about the Navstar app update. Also, share this article with all those Note 10 users who had been wondering about the update.