Samsung is bringing Galaxy S20 features to the S10 and Note 10

  • Samsung is bringing Galaxy S20 features to the S10 and Note 10

Samsung is bringing Galaxy S20 features to the S10 and Note 10

That, and the 5G model continues to receive monthly security updates weeks after the LTE variant, so whether or not you're a Galaxy Fold user, you can see how poor Samsung's software support for the device continues to be. 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. And once you've taken a picture, you can now edit it with custom colors and styles based on other images as part of the new Custom Filter feature.

The Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series will get such features as Single Take, improved Night Mode, Custom Filter, and Pro Video. Yes, I know Samsung has said from the start that the Fold is scheduled to get Android 10 in April, but it still feels off. Using AI, Single Take captures a number of video clips and images at once, and shows you which shot the phone thinks is best. This creates a reusable filter that can be applied to future photos when captured.

For the aspiring filmmaker, Pro Video gives you even more control, allowing you to adjust settings like ISO, shutter speed and exposure level. You can also switch between the front and rear cameras while recording video. It automatically groups together similar shots of the same subject for better organization of images. It also adds the Clean View and Quick Crop features to the Gallery app, and brings in Quick Share and Music Share to the phones. Samsung is also bringing Quick Share to older phones, giving users a way to share photos, videos and other files to people nearby. There's also Music Share, which lets you extend your Bluetooth connection to a friend, so you don't need to disconnect from your own vehicle stereo or speaker when they want to play their music. So far, the OTA is only rolling out in a few locations, among them the Netherlands and Germany, but it probably won't take too long until it reaches other regions.