Samsung has reportedly started rolling out the first software update for its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10+. The new update brings new features, improvements and bug fixes.
The update is about 496.25MB and comes with February 01, 2019, security patch, reports Sammobile. The report highlights that the update is currently rolled on Germany, France and the UK. The major highlight of the update is that it brings the ability to remap the Bixby button. Users can set an app or function instead of Bixby when they press the button.
The update also improves the stability of the camera and performance of the fingerprint recognition. Apart from this, it brings device stability improvements, bug fixes, new and/or enhanced features and improvements to performance.
Samsung is yet to launch its flagship smartphone in the Indian market. The company has scheduled an event on March 6 where it will unveil the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e smartphones.
As for the price of the Galaxy S10+ is concerned, it will be available for Rs 73,900 for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant, Rs 91,900 for 8GB RAM + 512GB storage option and Rs 1,17,900 for the 1TB storage and 12GB RAM option. The smartphone will be available in Ceramic Black, while the top variant is available in Ceramic White. The shipping of the phones will begin from March 06, 2019.