Samsung has finally started the process of releasing the One UI 4.1 UI update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series (2019 flagships).
Samsung is going to update the One UI 4.1 user interface with a lot of software capabilities to its phones. Many phones are eligible to receive this update, and many of them have already received it. Of course, the Korean company Galaxy S22 series phones that have just been launched on the market, use this interface by default, but other phones such as the Galaxy S21 series, Note 20, S20 series, Note 10 and S10 are supposed to be the flagship of the Korean company, respectively. Get the update.
For now, it seems that the owners of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series have the opportunity to taste the new update most likely as the latest software update. The phones came with Android 9.0 as the default operating system and One UI 1.5 user interface, and according to Samsung's old policy, they were supposed to end up with Android 11, but we saw that this did not happen because the company decided to offer flagship phones. From 2019 onwards, it will support itself for 3 years in terms of software and 4 years in terms of security.
Of course, this policy has now changed so that from 2021 onwards, all the powerful phones of the company Spheres including premium intermediaries and flagships receive software updates for 4 years and security updates for 5 years. But this policy does not apply to the Galaxy S series and the Note 10, and these products will end with the Android 12 that was previously released for them, and finally the same software update.
Phones that are currently available for Eligible to receive this update include Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, S10 5G and Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. This new update is also based on Android 12 and therefore will not change much in terms of operating system, but the interface has a bit of new features with it.
This update is very bulky for Galaxy Note series phones (1.049 GB) and good changes in the field Multitasking adds to these products. The firmware number of this update is N976BXXU7HVC6, which also includes the March security package. This update for the Galaxy S10 series phones also includes the mentioned security package.
The fact that we have not mentioned the Galaxy Note 10 and S10 Lite phones is not because these phones are not eligible to receive the One UI 4.1 update. In fact, these phones went on the market in 2020, so last week, along with the Galaxy Note and S20 series, the mentioned update was released for them. Of course, this update has not been released for all users of the mentioned phones yet, but at the same time, you may have heard that the release process has started. Do not worry, these delays are normal and you will definitely receive the update for a product similar to your product within a week or two after the announcement.
One of the most exciting things that happened in this new update The data is that the Korean company is finally allowing users to control the settings related to the game optimization service, or GOS, which we heard earlier, slowing down the phone's performance in running 10,000 different applications and games. Of course, either the control will be in the hands of the user in the new update, or this long list that was initially included in it has been reduced and is limited to a series of games. Also, the possibility of adding virtual RAM to the main RAM of the phone will be added to the phones of the Korean company with this update, during which you can add at least 2 and at most 8 GB of RAM from your internal memory to the main RAM memory from among 4 different amounts. Check to see how the phone's performance improves.