Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S10 series to receive One UI 4.1 update in Europe: report

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According to a recent report, Samsung is rolling out One UI 4.1 firmware update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. The Galaxy S10 range was released in early 2019 with the original One UI based on Android 9 Pie. The Galaxy Note 10 series, introduced in mid-2019, came with the updated Android 9 Pie-based One UI 1.5. The latest version of the One UI skin was unveiled earlier this year with the release of the Galaxy S22 series.

A report from SamMobile mentions that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ users in Switzerland are reportedly receiving One UI 4.1 update with version number N97xFXXU7HVC6. The Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will reportedly receive the One UI 4.1 update with firmware version G97xFXXUEHVC6. In addition, the Galaxy S10 5G in Switzerland should receive the same update with firmware version G977BXXUBHVC6. There is no official word from Samsung on when this update will be available for other regions.

One UI 4.1 features

The One UI 4.1 firmware update is said to include the March 2022 Android security patch. The update is said to be 1,049 MB. It offers features like Google Duo Live Sharing, smart widgets, and improved low-light portrait photography. The update also introduces Grammarly integration with the Samsung keyboard. One UI 4.1 allows Bixby Routines to automatically change watch faces and other settings on the Galaxy Watch 4.

The firmware update reportedly allows users to share Wi-Fi credentials via Quick Share. It also aims to allow users to create links to share images and videos with multiple friends. Images transferred via Quick Share have an edit history that allows the recipient to undo edits. Additionally, One UI 4.1 is said to add Reflection Eraser and Shadow Eraser features to the built-in Gallery app.




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