Starting with the Galaxy S20 series, the Galaxy Note 20, Note 10, S10, Z Fold/Flip, Z Fold 2, Galaxy A51, A71, M31, M21, F41, M31s, and M30s have received these major Android 11 changes.
Back in January 2021, the Galaxy S10 models started getting the stable One UI 3.0 features in Europe. Later on, the company has pulled this OTA due to some issues. Further, these phones have again begun receiving the One UI 3.0 update.
According to the info, Samsung pushed the stable Android 11-based One UI 3.0 firmware update to the unlocked Galaxy S10 series devices in the US. You can check the latest software versions for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ below.
- G970U1UEU4FUA4 – Samsung Galaxy S10e
- G973U1UEU4FUA4– Samsung Galaxy S10
- G975U1UEU4FUA4– Samsung Galaxy S10+
Built on Android 11, Samsung’s One UI 3.0 brings a totally revamped user interface that directly reflects on the lock screen, home screen, app drawer, Settings menu, and more.
With Android 11, smartphones getting several exciting new features including built-in screen recording, one-time permissions, conversation bubbles, better privacy controls, notification history, and more.
How to check for updates manually:
- Open device Settings
- Find and select the Software updates menu
- Finally, tap on Download and install button.
| Via – SamMobile |