The update adds DeX support, new camera features and more to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e smartphones.
Samsung is currently filling out a new update to its Galaxy S10 series that brings Galaxy Note 10 series features to these smartphones. The update adds DeX support, new camera features and more to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e smartphones.
The update is currently filling out in Germany and Switzerland, reports SamMobile. However, there is no information on when the update will be rolled out to other countries. Furthermore, the update is rolling to Exynos-powered Galaxy S10 series.
The update with firmware version G970FXXU3ASIG, G973FXXU3ASIG and G975FXXU3ASIG is rolling out for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ respectively. The official changelog reveals that Galaxy S10 series get DeX support, meaning that users can simply connect it to a laptop and using Samsung DeX application, one can use it as a computer. It also brings Link to Windows feature, which was introduced with Galaxy Note 10.
The feature allows users to see the notifications from both your Windows device and Samsung smartphones. Furthermore, it also brings Dynamic Lock screen feature, which changes the lock screen wallpaper every time the screen is turned on.
On the camera front, the update brings new camera features like Live Focus, Live Focus Video, Night Mode for the front camera, AR Doodle mode and Super Steady mode in Hyperlapse mode. The Galaxy S10 series already had Live Focus mode, however, the update brings new Glitz live focus effect, which is present in Galaxy Note 10. Apart from this, the update also adds September security patch.
Meanwhile, Samsung is finally bringing its much-anticipated and most-premium smartphone Galaxy Fold to India on October 1 - just a month after its global debut in South Korea. Galaxy Fold will come with exclusive access to specialised customer care services - including one-on-one access to Samsung experts, and a 24/7 support hub online or over the phone.
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