Samsung rolls out Galaxy S20 software features to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 with One UI 2.1
The One UI skin from the Samsung is largely regarded as a user-friendly user interface, especially after considering its predecessors - TouchWiz and Samsung Experience. The latest iteration of this Android 10-based skin is One UI 2.1, which can be found on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and the Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. Today, Samsung has released a new software update for the Galaxy S10 and Note10 lineups that comes with the flagship Galaxy S20's software features. At the time, the OTA for OneUI 2.1 is rolling out in Switzerland and Germany, targeting the Exynos-powered variants of the Galaxy S10 and Samsung Note 10. The changelog of the new update is quite huge, as One UI 2.1 adds Quick Share, Music Share, new AR Emojis, AR Zone, and an upgraded stock keyboard with multilingual translation, stickers, and text undo support.
Owners of these phones now have new fingerprint animations, scene detection in the stock gallery app, a dedicated power button in the drop-down notification panel, and Google Duo integration in the dialer and messaging apps. Single Take, which is Samsung’s AI-enhanced best shot detection mechanism, is now available as part of the stock camera app. Users can finally record 4K 60fps and 1080p 60fps using the front camera, while the My filter feature enables the creation of custom filters “with colors and styles you like from a favorite photo serving as inspiration.” The build weighs around 1.5GB in size and brings April 2020 Security Patch.
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