Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10 Plus are receiving update with camera improvements and June security patch
Samsung’s priority is its S20 series. But the S10 series has not been overlooked. After releasing a July security patch update for the S20 series, Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10 Plus are receiving update, the June security patch and camera improvements.
If you read the article about the Galaxy S20 and its updates and were sad. You can smile again. The Galaxy S10 series has been updated with the June security patch and also the same camera improvements that came with the Galaxy S20 series update.
The update does not include the security patch for July, but anyway, it is June, and it is this security patch that the entire Galaxy S10 series is receiving.
The highlight of the new update is the improvements to the cameras of the Galaxy S10 series devices. Like the S20 series, the cameras’ software received an update bringing better stability during video recording and also smooth zooming.
As usual, the update, about 390MB, will probably reach everyone by the end of June and is being distributed in batches through the Over-The-Air (OTA) update.
Of course, unlocked smartphones (ZTO) are getting the update first than the rest, so if your device is an operator, be patient.
The update log change mentions improvements in the devices’ wi-fi and also the “Calls and text on other devices” function.
In addition, the company now also allows users to use Bluetooth-enabled microphones while recording audio in the voice recording application and also removed support for MirrorLink months after the initial announcement.
Regarding the performance of the devices after the update, I can say that nothing has changed, the smartphone despite the great complaint about the company bringing its Galaxy S and Note line with Exynos processor, the performance remains satisfactory but inferior to the versions with Snapdragon 855.
But that is a subject for another occasion. The update has already arrived here for my Galaxy S10e . There are reports that the Galaxy S10 Lite is also receiving the update, but without confirmation.
If you have a Galaxy S10 Lite, be sure to comment on whether you received the update in question on your smartphone.
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