Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, as the name suggests, is a lighter version of the flagship Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10 Lite is targeted for the people who want to experience flagship performance at a low budget. Following in the Galaxy S10 series’ footsteps, the Galaxy S10 Lite is now being updated by Samsung with One UI 2.1. The firmware update is known by version G770FXXU2BTD2 and includes the April 2020 security patch. Of course, the main thing is the newer UI version, as it introduced a handful of features that have released along with the Galaxy S20 lineup. Once you apply the latest firmware update, the Galaxy S10 Lite will provide improved AR Emoji with manual editing and enhanced facial expression recognition.
The Gallery is more organized, and Quick Crop lets you easily cut images without having to enter an edit menu. Just zoom in and tap the new crop button that pops up in the upper-left corner. Other additions that should be part of One UI 2.1 on the Samsung S10 Lite include Quick Share, Music Share, and an updated Samsung Keyboard with multilingual translation, swipe-based text undo/redo, and an easier way to search for emojis, stickers, etc. One particular feature mentioned in the official changelog is Pro video mode. Its inclusion seemed odd because the Galaxy S10 Lite is limited to a basic Pro mode for photos. The new update also has some other camera features such as Single Take, My Filters, new filters, Selfie Tone, and timelapse for night time. To grab the update, open Settings, go to Software Update, and tap Download and install.