Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S10 gets April patch and new camera features with the latest update
The Samsung Galaxy S10 locked to Verizon's network is receiving a new software update, which bumps up the Android security patch level on the smartphone to April 2021 and brings a couple of new camera features.
Here's the small changelog of the new update:
- Pro Mode - Ultra Wide
- Ultra wide lens is now available in Pro and Pro Video camera modes.
- Auto Night Mode
- Photo, Portrait, and Hyperlapse camera modes now automatically detect low light conditions and turn on Night mode for optimal quality.
The new firmware sports version number G973USQU5GUCH and is rolling out over the air. If you haven't got an update prompt yet, you can try checking for the update manually by navigating to the Settings > System updates menu on your device.
Where is the update? The May update was downloaded and I did not receive the April update crushing Samsung
- 06 May 2021
My S10 phone was updated with update G973USQU5GUCH. Having nothing but trouble. Keeps telling me there is no internet. I have to keep clearing the cache and restarting. This sucks.
- 06 May 2021
I loaded the update yesterday. Last night it sensed that my charger cord was not the one that came with the phone. So I get 'slow charging.' The cord is the original one and I've not had this issue ever before. What's going on?
- 02 May 2021