More Note10 features are coming to the Galaxy S10 via a software update


It was just a few short weeks ago that Samsung updated the Galaxy S10 with a few features from the Note10. Now, the company has announced yet another update that sees even more Note10 features migrating over to its little brother.

The update will be rolling out for the S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G. Users will be able to access all-new smart multimedia and Wi-Fi functions that are supposed to streamline connections and give content creators a new level of control that the Note10 offers.

The latest Galaxy S10 software update brings more streamlined and seamless user experiences to the device. The Gallery allows you to find your favorite photos quickly by refining searches with keywords. Discovering new songs, movies or TV shows is also easier with the improved device search, which brings up content recommendations from multimedia streaming apps. With the addition of Media & Devices to Quick Panel, you can easily control your multimedia experience across devices with just the Galaxy S10.

Auto Hotspot offers a solution for transforming your Galaxy S10 into a Wi-Fi hub. After the initial setup, the feature will let the Galaxy S10 establish a hotspot automatically with other Samsung devices if they share the same Samsung account or family account. By offering troubleshooting guides and alerts, Wi-Fi Tips ensures your mobile connection will be stable and secure.

Launched in September, the previous software update brought Note10’s powerful creativity tools to the Galaxy S10. You can now add a personal touch to videos with fun, vibrant drawings – no S Pen required – with the device’s infinitely expressive AR Doodle function. With the camera’s enhanced Super steady video stabilization, you’ll never have to worry about shaky clips, even when the action heats up. Plus, capture crystal clear selfies after dark with Night Mode on the front camera.

Users are already able to edit their favorite clips right on their smartphone thanks to the Galaxy S10’s Video Editor feature, but with the updated Samsung DeX, transforming your clips into dynamic videos is easier than ever before. Simply connect the device to a PC or Mac with a USB cable and you’ll be able to trim, edit, and personalize your clips with precision on Samsung DeX.

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Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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