Samsung continues to improve its flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone lineup with software updates.
The company's developers “rolled out” the new firmware for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10e, still based on Android Pie. The update weighs 284 MB and it has added several useful innovations.
The system has the ability to manage othersdevices through the notification curtain. For example, control the volume of a Bluetooth speaker or switch channels on a smart TV. By the way, such a feature was noticed in the beta version of Android 10 with the One UI 2.0 shell.
Also added to the firmware function Auto Hotspot,which allows you to share your Internet connection with tablets or smartphones connected to the same Samsung account. Naturally, the correction of the errors of the previous software was also possible.
When to expect
The update has so far begun to receive smartphone users in Germany and Switzerland. A little later, the firmware will appear in other regions.