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Galaxy S10, Note 10 Devices Getting Sweet S20 Features in New Update

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Cecil Davis | 25 March, 2020, 18:56

The company is now in the process of rolling out their OneUI 20.1 update which is bringing numerous best features to last year's Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Using AI, Single Take captures a number of video clips and images at once, and shows you which shot the phone thinks is best.

The Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series will get such features as Single Take, improved Night Mode, Custom Filter, and Pro Video. There were some new features added to it, which is why Samsung called it One UI 2.1 instead of One UI 2.0.

Samsung today has announced that they will push some new camera features present in the Galaxy S20 series to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. Users might have known how to turn on Night Mode for the Galaxy S10, but the upcoming camera update will automatically bring low-light capabilities of last year's phones up to par with the Galaxy S20 series. Another caveat is that Galaxy Note 10 Lite users will not get this feature. For pictures already snapped, you can then use the new Custom Filter feature, which allows you to create your own filter with colors and styles.

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The new update will also add more features to the gallery which includes a more intelligent gallery. Users can easily review similar shots and select their favourite to serve as the photo group's thumbnail. It allows you to send photos, videos, and other files to nearby contacts without relying on third-party software. However, as the company had promised, the update has now made its way to former flagships, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10. It has the new AR Emoji, Pro video, 4K 60fps out of the front camera, Quick Share, Music Share, and more!

Samsung did not specify when the software update will release for Note 10 and S10 owners, just that the rollout is starting from March. With Music Share, you can extend your paired Bluetooth connection and you don't need to disconnect for a friend to play their music on a speaker or vehicle stereo.