Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Gets Reloaded With One UI 2.1 in Europe

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

After rolling out the Android 10 update with One UI 2, it’s now time for Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite to receive a fresh lease of life with One UI 2.1. The company has pushed a new firmware update with One UI 2.1 with software version G770FXXU2BTD2 in Europe.

The update also includes the April 2020 security patch with new features and improvements. The newly launched One UI 2.1 includes a wide range of features that were introduced along with the Galaxy S20 series.

After the installation of the latest firmware update on Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, you will be able to work with improved AR Emoji with manual editing.

Moreover, the update also delivers enhanced facial expression recognition capabilities. Samsung has organized the Gallery module. You can easily cut images with the help of Quick Crop without any need to navigate to the Edit menu. You just need to zoom in and tap the new crop button that appears in the upper-left corner.


One UI 2.1 Features

Some of the other notable features of the One UI 2.1 are Quick Share, Music Share including an updated Samsung Keyboard with multilingual translation. The update also includes swipe-based text undo/redo. You can also search for emojis and stickers easily.


The One UI 2.1 update also provides support for Pro video mode without any advanced features such as shutter speed control. The camera also includes modules such as single take, my filters, new filters, selfie tone in addition to time-lapse for night time.

Going by the pace of the availability of the One UI updates, we expect a new update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite within the next few days. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite One UI 2.1 update is currently rolling out in Spain. Although we don’t have an update about the availability of the update in other regions, you can expect soon. The delay could be due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

You will receive a message notification if the update hits your Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite. Alternatively, you can also tap on the Settings option and navigate to Software update | Download and install. It is also possible to download the firmware from the update archive and perform the installation manually using Windows PC. We would suggest you to wait until the message pertaining to the update hit your device via OTA. You should charge the handset completely and activate Wi-Fi before proceeding to download the update.


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Anand Narayanaswamy

Anand Narayanaswamy works as a freelance writer based in Trivandrum, Kerala. He had worked with leading print and online publishing houses. During his spare time, he used to work with all sort of Gadgets. Anand still works with the old Palm handheld, Apple iPod Classic, Microsoft Zune among others.

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