Samsung has launched the rollout of the OneUI 2.1 update for Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Several new features Galaxy S20 are no longer exclusive to it.
It is now a classic, the new flagship of a brand is usually accompanied by a software update adding many features to the system.
This was the case with Galaxy S20 and the software is also one of its great strengths thanks to the Samsung OneUI interface.
These software innovations are then offered, when they are compatible, with old terminals. Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 will be updated to OneUI 2.1 to take advantage of certain new functions.
New products in photo and video
Most of the new features on offer relate to the smartphone’s photo functions.
First in the camera application itself, Samsung added the mode that allows you to capture several photos and videos for 10 seconds and selects you, with an algorithm, the best photo taken in the moment.
The samsung Galaxy S10 is also entitled to an improved night mode, while the Galaxy Note 10 receives the “Night Hyperlapse” mode.
Latest novelty of the camera, the utility allowing you to create new filters and apply them to future photos.
The video mode is also entitled to a novelty with the option “Pro Video” which allows access to additional settings, including the management of ISO sensitivity.
It is not the number of new features that makes a patch so important. Updating Gallery looks light, but it’s two handy features that are added to the app.
First, it is now able to group the photos taken in the same situation, with the same subject, in short your different attempts to take a beautiful photo. This allows to have a much lighter view, without repetition, of its different photos.
The gallery also gains the quick crop function on the Galaxy Note 10, which automatically crops a photo around its subject in one click.
Once your photos have been taken and edited, you might want to share them. This is precisely the last novelty of this update, the arrival of the “quick share” function.
As its name suggests, it allows you to quickly share your photos, videos or files directly with several people nearby.
This is the equivalent, at Samsung, of the AirDrop function ofApple.
Deployment from March
Samsung OneUI 2.1 rollout begins this month for Galaxy S10 and Note 10. We imagine that the update will then be offered on other devices such as the range Galaxy AT.