Customers of Galaxy S10 devices in the US will now start receiving the most recent upgrade to the third-party skin, One UI 4.1, just a few weeks after European owners first received it.
One UI 4.1 offers a variety of features that were previously introduced only on the Galaxy S22 series, despite being a mid-cycle update based on Android 12. For unlocked Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 phones in the US with firmware versions G970USQU6IVC7, G973USQU6IVC7, and G975USQU6IVC7, respectively, the One UI 4.1 upgrade should soon be accessible. At present time, the Galaxy S10 5G upgrade is not visible.
This substantial patch contains an substantial changelog with improved Gallery adjustments, greater camera performance in a range of conditions, including low light, support for Smart Widget and Color Palettes, and much more. Not only that, but this OTA update will also install the most recent April 2022 security patch on Galaxy S10 models powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 in North America.
The One UI 4.1 update for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 should be the final OS update for the three devices, in accordance with Samsung’s update obligations. The smartphones will receive updates through March 2023, but they won’t likely receive Android 13 until later this year. In our in-depth analysis of the finest new addition, which also includes One UI 4.1, we almost entirely covered the improvements made recently. More information is provided in the hands-on video we’ve included below:
If you live in the US and have an unlocked Galaxy S10 device, you can go to Settings > Software Upgrade > Download and install to see if the One UI 4.1 update is available.