Samsung seems to be updating all its high-end smartphones these days. Earlier we saw the company releasing a new update for its Galaxy A70 with the latest security patch and improvements. Now, the South Korean technology giant has rolled out a new software update for the Galaxy S10-series (Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+). Currently, the new update is live in Switzerland and it brings the new May Security Android patch along with improvements in the camera department. The new update for the Samsung Galaxy S10-series is being rolled out via OTA (over-the-air) update and is expected to reach the other regions in the coming days.
In addition to this, the US carriers AT&T and Verizon have also released new updates for the Samsung Galaxy S10-series. But the update adds only the new May Android Security patch and not the camera improvements to the devices.
The update was first spotted by SamMobile, which said that Samsung Galaxy S10-series update brings the camera enhancement to the devices. Other than that, the Night Mode of the device has also been improved so that the users can click better pictures in low light. Earlier, the Night Mode of the Samsung Galaxy S10-series didn’t work with the ultra-wide-angle camera but the new update has added that feature. Now, when shooting pictures in low light, the photos get less noise.
The Live Focus feature which earlier wasn’t available in the ultra-wide-angle lens and the telephoto lens of the Samsung Galaxy S10-series have been tweaked. So now, the Live Focus works on both the lenses mentioned before. Earlier, the Live Focus support was limited to just ultra-wide-angle lens.
Once users’ smartphones will get the update, they will be informed via a notification. But if it doesn’t the users can go to Settings>Software Update to manually search for the new update. If the update is available for their devices and regions, they would be able to find it. And if not, then they would have to wait for the update to arrive at their regions.
Earlier this week, Samsung had released their new update with May Android Security patch for their Galaxy A70. The update brought changes and improvements to the camera and the in-display fingerprint of the device.