A few weeks ago T-Mobile rolled out the latest Samsung One UI 2.1 update for Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and now it is pushing the update to Samsung Galaxy S10 Series.
All the variants of S10 series including S10, S10+, S10e are now getting the One UI 2.1 Update. The update is about 1.5GB in size and comes with the April security patch. The firmware version of this update is G973USQU3DTC9, G970USQU3DTC9, and G975USQS3DTC9 for S10, S10e, and S10+ respectively.
One UI 2.1 update brings dozens of updates especially in the camera department such as timelapse for night time shots, FHD/UHD at 60fps from the selfie camera, Pro Video mode, and more.
Other new features that are added include new AR Emojis, new Quick Share feature, etc. You can check out the complete changelog below:
AR Emoji has been updated with improvements like a manual editing feature and enhanced facial expression recognition.
As AR Emoji has been updated to a new version, all previously saved AR emojis will be deleted when you next open the AR Emoji app.
New Camera features
Various menus, modes, and filters have been added, such as AR Zone, Single take, Pro video, My filters, Selfie tone, timelapse for night time, and a mode for recording videos with the front camera in FHD/UHD at 60 fps.
Similar images are now grouped together for a more organised viewing experience.
A feature has been added that allows you to merge multiple different groups of albums into one group, or merge different groups and albums into one group.
An improved search feature has been added to find pictures based on information such As the time or place pictures were taken.
The Quick crop function has been added to enlarge and crop parts of high resolution images.
A multilingual translation feature has been added.
A feature has been added for searching for Various items, such As emojis and stickers, at one time.
A text undo/redo feature has been added. (Swipe two fingers left or right on the keyboard.)
An icon to open Samsung Pass has been added.
Files can now be quickly and easily shared with nearby Samsung devices using Quick Share.
Music Share now lets you share music with your friends using a Bluetooth audio device.
Note: OTA updates are rolled out in batches. So, you might get the update anytime soon, depending upon your location if haven’t already.
You can manually check for the update by heading to Settings >> Software Download.
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