With the launch of its latest tops of the line, Galaxy S21 line, Samsung also introduced the new version of its interface, the One UI 3.1. As you would expect, during the weeks that followed the update started to reach other older smartphones.
Now, it was advanced by the site SamMobile that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ have also started to receive the desired update in Europe. For now, only its availability in Germany has been confirmed, but it should start reaching other markets, including UK, during the next few days.
The update package arrives with firmware version N97xFXXU6FUBD and over 1GB. For this reason, it may take some time for it to be downloaded and installed, and it is advisable to ensure that you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
What’s new brought by One UI 3.1 to Galaxy Note 10
As with the arrival of the update to the other smartphones of the manufacturer, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 also receives several new features with the One UI 3.1.
Among the various implementations, we highlight:
- Private Share
- Eye Comfort Shield (blue light filter)
- Removing location information from images before they are shared
- Automatically switch between Galaxy Buds and other Galaxy devices
- Automatic extraction of date and address information from events in the calendar
In addition to the news mentioned above, in the list of news present in the update there are also minor interface improvements, improvements in camera performance and application of the Google security patch for the month of March.
If you have not yet received notification of the update, you can try to force it to arrive manually from your smartphone settings. But most likely it will appear automatically over the next few days.
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