The Galaxy S20 and Z Flip smartphones of Samsung received the very useful One UI 2.5 update several weeks ago. Since plenty of users had been delighted, it’s a wise move from the South Korean giant to extend the update for other gadgets as well.
International variants of the Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e, Note 10, Note 10+, Note 10+ 5G, and Note 10 Lite from Samsung already started to receive the update. While the next wave of happy fans should be overwhelming, there’s no wonder why: the new features are priceless.
What the One UI 2.5 update brings new
The latest September 2020 Android patch is included, along with many other new features like support for Bitmoji stickers on Always On Display, easier way to share Wi-Fi credentials, pre-configuration for SOS messages, Wireless DeX, an improved Pro Video mode, the possibility to search for YouTube videos in the Samsung keyboard app, and so on.
Galaxy Note 10 and S10 remain two powerful and similar phones. Both of them are equipped with the same amount of RAM, about the same screen sizes and types (dynamic AMOLED), similar battery life capacity, video recording in 4K for both, and triple camera setup on both gadgets. Not to mention that the prices are also pretty close: Note 10 costs about $500, while his opponent sells for a little less: $429.
There are two easy ways to get your hands on the One UI 2.5 update if you own one of the Samsung models mentioned earlier. You could just opt for probably the best virtue of all: have some patience. A notification inviting you to upgrade should arrive on your phone’s screen in several days. If not, you can simply search for the update manually while you access the Settings menu. From there, check if there’s any update available in the Software update area.