Samsung Galaxy S10 gets slow-motion mode for the front camera, still stuck on Pie
Those using devices that belong to the Samsung Galaxy S10 series have quite a lot on their plates these days: while the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 Beta is already rolling out in China, a new stable firmware update — based on Android 9.0 Pie — is rolling out in various markets as well.
The new stable software update for Galaxy S10 devices comes with a few noticeable changes, such as Auto Hotspot — a function that shares the phone's internet connection with other devices that use the same Samsung account, improved fingerprint recognition, as well as the ability to shoot slow-motion videos with the selfie snapper.
In addition to the above, the update also adds Media and Devices buttons to the notification shade. Obviously, various minor tweaks and fixes are also included alongside the official Android security patch coming from Google that is dated October 1, 2019.
The new firmware update has around 285 MB in size and is currently rolling out in multiple markets, including Germany. Feel free to drop a comment if you got the new piece of code — or not — and let us know what you think about it.
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