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Galaxy S10 fresh software update brings more Galaxy Note 10 features

11 November 2019 0

Samsung has brought more delights for its flagship Galaxy S10 series via an update. Just like the most recent update, the fresh one also brings Galaxy Note 10 goodie to the Galaxy S10 smartphones. The new features inherited by the Galaxy S10 from Galaxy Note 10 make the devices even more productive.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 new update

With the help of the new update, users will be able to access all-new smart multimedia and Wi-Fi functions for more streamlined and seamless user experience. The Gallery app now lets you find your favorite photos quickly by refining searches with keywords. Discovering new songs, movies or TV shows is also easier with the improved device search.

The update brings an interesting addition as well that makes accessing even better. The update adds Media & Devices to the Quick Panel so that you can easily control multimedia and your smart home devices in one tap.

The latest update also adds a new feature called the Auto Hotspot that lets users turn their phones into Wi-Fi hubs. This lets the Galaxy S10 owners establish a hotspot automatically with other Samsung devices if they share the same Samsung account or family account.

The new software update enhances the creativity tool that was added by the last update to the Galaxy S10. After the update, you will be able to add a personal touch to your videos with the help of the AR Doodle function and without the need for S Pen.

Finally, the updated Samsung DeX lets you turn your clips taking with Galaxy S10 phones into dynamic videos easier. Samsung officially announces that the release date of the update may vary by country and carrier. Also, feature availability can vary by country.

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 08:58)

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