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Galaxy Note 10 Lite gets stable One UI 2.1 update

The One UI 2.1 update is now making its way to the Galaxy Note 10 Lite
The One UI 2.1 update is now making its way to the Galaxy Note 10 Lite (image via Samsung)
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is now receiving the One UI 2.1 update. Apart from all the standard One UI 2.1 features such as Quick Share and Single Take Mode, the update also comes with the April 2020 Android security patch. The software is now available in Spain and the United Arab Emirates, and will be available in other regions soon.
Anil Satyanarayana,

Samsung's commitment towards keeping its older device up to spec with newer releases is nothing short of commendable. Although Galaxy Note 9 users might have to wait a while before they can get a taste of One UI 2.1, Galaxy Note 10 Lite owners will be pleased to know that the update will land on their devices soon.

One UI 2.1 is an incremental upgrade that brings forth a host of new features to eligible devices. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite's triple-camera array will now be able to take full advantage of new features such as Single Take Mode and Pro Video Mode. Quick Share and Music Share facilitates seamless file transfer between Samsung devices, a function that has been missing on Android for a long time. Lastly, the update also brings with it the April 2020 Android security patch.

Currently, the One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is available only in Spain and the United Arab Emirates. It should make its way to other regions in the coming weeks. You can try and trigger it manually by heading over to the Software Update section in your phone's Settings app.

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Anil Satyanarayana, 2020-04-17 (Update: 2020-04-17)
Anil Satyanarayana
I've been an avid PC gamer since the age of 8. My passion for gaming eventually pushed me towards general tech, and I've been a stereotypical 'nerd' ever since. I have a degree in mechanical engineering and have worked in the manufacturing industry. When I'm not writing news on Notebookcheck, you can find me playing or watching an intense match of DOTA 2