Samsung has started to roll out its latest custom mobile OS, OneUI 2.5 update to the T-Mobile variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and Samsung Galaxy S10+. As this is a full OS update, the size of this update is a hefty 1.5 GB.
This update was already made available to Samsung’s unlocked flagship smartphones last month and now this update is being rolled out to T-Mobile variants of respective devices.
Back in 2016, Samsung Electronics America announced its collaboration with T-Mobile US to bring the power of 5G mobile networks to the public. With this collaboration, the companies assessed next-generation network development in real-world mobile use cases and applications and conducted lab and field trials that demonstrated a range of innovative 5G-driven capabilities. Since the partnership was started, T-Mobile and Samsung worked together on many 5G devices such as Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra and also recently launched, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, the Galaxy Tab S7 5G, and S7+ 5G.
OneUI 2.5 features:
Samsung in this new update focused on improving existing functionalities that were available on One UI 2.1. Samsung has also made some improvements to its native apps, as it does in every UI update.
The latest Samsung’s Custom OS, One UI 2.5 brings some much-needed usability improvements to Samsung’s Android skin. Adding to it, many of the system animations have also been tweaked and we can also notice a number of minor but important features.
We can also see Wireless DeX feature, smarter Wi-Fi connectivity, added camera features, Samsung Keyboard improvements, and much more.
Next Update – One UI 3.0?
Last month, Samsung started an Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta program for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series.
Android 11 based One UI 3 comes with exciting new features from Samsung and Google based on feedback from users like us. For a better experience, Voice Assistant has been replaced by Talkback. You will get an improved Quick menu using multi-finger gestures with Talkback.
Looking at the pace of the integral developments the company is working on, it seems that Samsung is trying hard to be better than other OEM flagship smartphones. In a Samsung event, the South Korean Company assured its users that they will provide 3 major OS updates for flagship devices.
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