There is no doubt that Samsung’s latest tops are one of the best smartphones ever, however their price is at an unaffordable level for many users. Now, several Samsung smartphones have received several features of the camera of the Galaxy S20, making them much more attractive investments:
- Galaxy S10
- Galaxy S10 +
- Galaxy S10e
- Galaxy Note10
- Galaxy Note10 +
One of the great strengths of the Galaxy S20 line is its photographic capabilities, which have just ceased to be exclusive. Although its sensors have higher specifications, many of its achievements are achieved through the new software, which is now available for several more accessible models.
Among the many new features coming to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 is the mode Night Hyperlapse, improved night mode, 4K video recording at 60fps (front camera), Clean View and Quick Crop. Certainly if there were already many doubts about the choice between the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S20, now the decision has become even more complicated.
Samsung Galaxy S10 has already started receiving the new One UI 2.1
The arrival of the new update has not yet been made official, but several reports have already confirmed its launch for users in Germany and Switzerland, and it should not be long before it reaches other markets in Europe. This update comes with a dimension of 1.5GB, which is not a big surprise considering all the new features it brings in terms of photographic software.
In addition to the new features, it also comes with the Google security patch for the month of April and the new version of the Samsung interface, One UI 2.1.
For those who have not yet started to receive the update, there are several possibilities to “jump ahead in the queue” and install manually on the smartphone. However, since it should not take much longer before you receive the automatic update, it is not worth the risk.
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