Samsung Galaxy S20 camera features trickle down to S10 and Note10 with OneUI 2.1 update

Sagar, 25 March 2020

Samsung has released a new software update for the Galaxy S10 and Note10 lineups that comes with the flagship Galaxy S20's features.

The build weighs around 1.5GB in size and brings along camera features which include Single Take, Night Hyperlapse, Custom Filter, AR Emoji, and Pro Video. The new firmware also enables 4K 60FPS video recording using the front-facing camera.

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Additionally, the update bumps up the Android security patch level to April 2020 and One UI version to 2.1. It also adds the Clean View and Quick Crop features to the Gallery app, and brings in Quick Share and Music Share to the phones.

Quick Share makes it easier to share files with your nearby contacts, while Music Share lets you extend your Bluetooth connection.

The new build is currently seeding in Germany and Switzerland, but it should start rolling in other markets soon.

Samsung has announced these S20 features will be rolled out for the S10 and Note10 series, but the Note10 Lite won't get Night Hyperlapse and it's unclear if the S10 Lite will also be excluded.



Reader comments

  • Welton

About the one ui 2.1 update will it do 8k camera on the front facing because I already have 4k 60fps on my phone and I don't have one ui 2.1 yet I have the note 10 n970u when will it come to that model

  • Anonymous

Plus it's got the Snapdragon 855, so better GPU and less throttling compared to Exynos variants.

Super Steady IS present on the Note and, yes, it uses the wide angle camera to be able to crop. It is about the resolution, which was not unlocked through software to use 4K, only 1080p (the Note's 16MP is more than enough for 4K, it has 4MP more tha...

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