Starting January 2021, Samsung has begun sending the stable One UI 3.0 features to the older and popular Galaxy S10 series devices. The company has initially released this update for the Galaxy S10 users in Switzerland.
Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant has stopped bringing the major Android 11 upgrade for the Galaxy S10 phones due to the major camera and heating issues. Later on, the devices have again started getting this firmware update after the company verified its stability.
Now, Samsung with T-Mobile/Sprint releasing the stable Android 11 based One UI 3.0 software update to the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G devices in the US. Furthermore, it installs the latest Android patches for increased system security.
Google’s Android 11 version comes with several new features and improvements such as Chat Bubbles, one-time permissions, better privacy controls, notification history, screen recorder, and more.
On the other hand, Samsung’s One UI 3.0 brings various changes in the user interface that directly reflect on the lock screen, app drawer, notification panel, Settings menu, and more. Moreover, it also optimizes the system and system functions for a better user experience.
As we know, Samsung has also introduced the One UI 3.1 which exclusively comes pre-installed with the Galaxy S21 series. Furthermore, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ tablets have also received this version with several productivity features. [Read more]
How to check for updates manually:
- Open device Settings
- Select Software updates
- Tap on Download and install.