Galaxy S10 News: Samsung stopped, detonated the bomb. One UI 3.1 update for Galaxy S10 was released surprisingly. Here are the details.
Samsung, which has gained momentum in Android updates in recent years, detonated its new bomb today. Released the One UI 3.1 update for the Galaxy S10, Samsung also introduced the new features to S10 owners. This update, released for the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e, also includes the April Android security patches.
With the One UI 3.1 update, Advanced Single Shot, Object Eraser, Multi-Mic Recording, Eye Comfort Shield and many other new features are added to the system.
This update, whose software version number is G973USQU5GUCG, G975USQU5GUCG and G970USQU5GUCG, is currently coming from T-Mobile to sim locked phone areas. As with other Android updates, this update is expected to be introduced gradually.
Withdrawing support for updates from the Galaxy S8 family, Samsung will apparently focus on new models now. Although Samsung’s update policy is a bit slow, the update makes Galaxy owners happy with its smoothness when it comes out. Samsung, which has offered and withdrawn updates many times in the past, seems to have learned from its mistakes.
Samsung’s next target will be the Galaxy S20 and S21 family. Samsung, which will bypass the Note series this year due to the chip crisis, plans to turn this handicap into an advantage.
Samsung, which is said to be working slowly for Android 12, can also quickly release the Android 12 update to its flagship models in the first quarter of 2022. We’ll wait and see…