The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series does not lag behind in updating and gets good news. The series started receiving the expected update.
Samsung also introduced One UI 3.1 during the launch of the Galaxy S21 in January. Previous flagships are already gradually switching to the new interface. Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Tab S7 series have received this update before. Now it’s time to update the Galaxy Note 10 series.
According to the SamMobile site, known for its proximity to Samsung, an update has already begun to be sent to Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10 + phones in Germany. If there are no major problems with the update, it will be sent to other European countries soon. The next stop of the update will undoubtedly be Galaxy Note series users in our country. If you wish, you can query the update on your phone from time to time.
What does the update bring for the Galaxy Note 10 Series?
The comprehensive update bears the model number N97xFXXU6FUBD (lowercase x, 0 or 5 depending on the phone) and is just over 1 GB. In addition to the latest March 2021 security patch, the update package also brings features such as Eye Comfort Shield (previously called Blue Light Filter) and Private Sharing. Given the size of the update, a Wi-Fi connection is recommended for download.
According to the change log, there have also been improvements in camera performance; The phone can retrieve dates and addresses from the calendar before sharing them on social media, and delete location information from previously taken photos.