Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite surprisingly getting One UI 5.1 update

Samsung’s latest One UI 5.1 update rollout for the Galaxy S10 Lite users in European countries (Spain and Italy) has taken many by surprise. While it was unexpected, the company has demonstrated that it is committed to providing the best possible after-sales service.

Indeed, Samsung has a remarkable track record when it comes to providing software updates for their devices. Not only do they ensure that their latest high-end smartphones are equipped with the latest software, but they also strive to offer the same to their mid-range and low-range devices. In fact, the company is known for going the extra mile by providing software updates to even much older Galaxy phones, ensuring that all their customers receive a seamless and up-to-date user experience.

Moreover, the One UI 5.1 update for the Galaxy S10 Lite weighs around 1.2GB and brings a host of new features and improvements that enhance the user experience. The latest update is an incremental one that brings with it many new features and improvements. This update also highlights the fact that Samsung is extending its incremental updates to various non-flagship models, and consumers are reaping the benefits.

Despite receiving the major Android 13 update last year, the Galaxy S10 Lite users are now receiving another welcome addition in the form of One UI 5.1. This latest update comes with features that were previously reserved for newer models, such as the Galaxy S20 series.

The PDA build version for the One UI 5.1 firmware on the Galaxy S10 Lite is G770FXXU6HWB4 and also includes the latest February 2023 security patch.

The One UI 5.1 update brings a range of new features that significantly improve the user experience. For example, taking selfies has been made even more enjoyable with a new toggle that lets users adjust the color tone, located at the top right corner of the camera viewfinder. Additionally, the Image Remaster feature on Samsung Gallery can now enhance upscaling GIF files.

Moreover, One UI 5.1 introduces an English language-supported Samsung Bixby Text Call feature, which enables users to attend calls without verbal communication. Additionally, the Battery Status widget is a useful new addition that displays the battery levels of all connected devices, including the Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds, and S Pen on the home screen.

Finally, the Pop-up view and Split-screen view have received significant improvements with One UI 5.1. For instance, users can now drag and drop the window edges to change their size in Pop-up view, and the Most Used apps section is now available in Split view. All these features come together to make the Galaxy S10 Lite an even more exciting and user-friendly device.

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