Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 smartphones have started receiving a new update in India. The new update brings the May Security patch along with camera improvements to the Samsung Galaxy S10 handsets. With the new update, Night Mode has been brought to the wide-angle mode of Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e. Other camera quality improvements have also been made and low-light photography has been improved as well. After the update, the users of Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones will be able to use the Live Focus mode on the telephoto lens of the device. Other than India, the updates for Galaxy S10-series is also rolling out for the users in Germany and Russia as well.
The new updates for the Galaxy S10-series in India are currently rolling out via over-the-air (OTA) and the users should get the update notification. But if they don’t get it, they can manually check for the updates. For doing this, one can head to Settings of their smartphone and then click on Software Update. Once tapped, the device will automatically start looking for new updates.
The main focus point of the new update is the improved camera performance of the Galaxy S10-devices. It has brought an improved and enhanced Night mode performance. Earlier, the Low-Light Photography mode was just limited to the main sensor of the smartphones but after the update, the users can also use it on the ultra-wide-camera as well. This will allow the user to use the ultra-wide lens in low-light conditions to capture better shots. Furthermore, the overall camera performance of the handsets has been improved so that they appear less grainy in texture and offer a better result.
Moreover, the update has also brought the Live Focus feature of the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+’s telephoto lens of the device. It should be noted that this feature won’t be coming to the Galaxy S10e as it doesn’t have the telephoto lens. Other than that, the overall performance and the stability of the camera has also been improved.
Other than camera improvements, the changelog states that the update also has improved the connectivity and the stability of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth of the devices.
It should be noted that, Samsung had officially rolled out the new updates for the Galaxy S10-series devices in Switzerland last week. But it was suspended later on due to the complaints of the users about the bugs and other problems that came with the update. The company later solved the problems with the new update and rolled it out once again for the users of Galaxy S10-series device in Switzerland.
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