South Korean technology Samsung’s newest flagships have been in news for months now. Earlier there were numerous reports and rumours that surrounded the three smartphones. And since Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e have been launched, reports about their features and benchmark results keep popping up online.
And now, Samsung has rolled out a software update to its flagship smartphones of the year. The most important thing that the update gets to Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e is the March security update. Besides this, the changelog of the update also mentioned about improvements for the Wireless PowerShare feature coming to the three handsets.
Although this update also rolled out earlier this week, the company paused it for all the three smartphones. However, Samsung did not give a reason for this and quietly starting rolling out the March Security patch again for Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e smartphones. Personally, we feel that the update that was rolled out earlier may have been pulled back because of some bug.
But since the update is rolling out again, we can safely assume that it is bug-free again. It is worth mentioning that a new firmware version is being rolled out for the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+. The Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+ (review) smartphones are receiving the G973FXXU1ASCA, G970FXXU1ASCA, and G975FXXU1ASCA respectively in India, Germany, the United Kingdom and France.
We should mention that the updates are now available over-the-air and if your device has not received the update yet, it will definitely get it shortly.
Another thing we should add is that the changelog of the update(s) is exactly the same as earlier. It mentions that the Camera stability of the smartphone will be improved and the Wireless PowerShare performance will be enhanced. Other than this, the update gets some bug fixes for the three smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e users all over the world should begin receiving the new firmware in the weeks to come. Although the rollout has already begun, it may take some time for it to reach everyone.
In case you don’t wish to wait for the update, you can head to Settings> Software update menu and tap on Download updates. Doing this will enable you to install the update manually on your smartphone.