NEW DELHI: Smartphone maker Samsung takes its Android updates pretty seriously. Recently, the company started rolling out an Android 11 update for its Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. Now, the company has started expanding the Android 11 roll out to its Galaxy S10 series.
According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung has now started rolling out an Android 11 update based on the company’s own One UI 3.1 for its Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 5G smartphones.
Presently, the company has released the update only in Switzerland. The report also suggests that in the coming days Samsung will also roll out Android 11 update for the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ smartphones.
With Android 11 update the Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 5G will get features like default screen recorder, better media controller, native smart home control, one-time permission to apps, security fixes via Google Play and others. Along with this, Samsung’s new One UI 3.1 brings features like portrait video, eye comfort shield, choice between Google Discover or Samsung Free, recording front and rear simultaneously and switch layout.
Until now Samsung has rolled out Android 11 update for Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G smartphones.
Meanwhile, Samsung is all geared up for the launch of its next-generation flagship Galaxy S series of smartphones. The company has already confirmed that it will launch the Galaxy S21 series on January 14. Along with the smartphones, Samsung is also expected to launch its latest true wireless earbuds and unveil its first event tracker — Galaxy SmartTag.
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