A new update of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is coming to the owners of the 2019 mobile couple: Samsung has officially rolled out the software once it began to be spotted in early September. And you can now download it in Spain: update arrives with One UI 2.5 and notable improvements in Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
With Android 11 on the way to the first Samsung phones, and One UI 3.0 In a beta that at the moment only developers can test, the previous mobiles are catching up in terms of stable software. It is the case of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 since both mobiles are updating in Spain with notable news, including the September security patch. So, if you have one of these mobiles, the notification with the OTA is on the way.
Almost 1.2GB, One UI 2.5, Wireless DeX, and more
The update has been spotted in the Spanish Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and comes with a weight of almost 1.2 GB. It makes sense as the list of changes is huge; which makes it worth the wait, especially since the Note 10 refreshes the experience thanks to many new features introduced with the most recent Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 receive the aesthetic improvements of One UI 2.5, also the wireless desktop mode that Galaxy Note 20 Ultra debuted with wireless DeX. In addition, the mobile will show the quality of the WiFi connections, the Always On Display allows personalization with Bitmojis, the camera improves the professional recording function (directional sound and compatibility with external microphones) and functions are added to Samsung apps such as Messages, Notes and keyboard. Not only that, Samsung takes the opportunity to include september security patch with this update.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are updating right now in Spain: if the OTA hasn’t reached you yet, search manually from the phone’s settings.
Via | The Free Android
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