Last week Samsung started rolling out the update to One UI 2.1 for the Galaxy S10 Lite, and now it’s time for the Note10 Lite to receive the same treat. These phones were announced at the same time, so in a way it’s not at all surprising for these software rollouts to go out so soon after each other.
The new update for the Note10 Lite also packs the April 2020 security patch level. The new software version is N770FXXU2BTD4 for models in Spain and the UAE, which is where the new release was spotted so far. As usual, expect it to reach more geographical areas in the near future. As it is a staged rollout, your patience might still be tested for a few more days, or even weeks.
One UI 2.1 was initially introduced on the Galaxy S20 family earlier this year, and now it’s making its way to other devices. One UI 2.1 brings with it Single Take and Pro mode for video in the Camera app, as well as My Filters, Selfie Tone, and AR Zone. Quick Share and Music Share are in too, AR Emoji have been updated, while the Samsung Keyboard gets a multilingual translation feature.