T-Mobile Updating Galaxy S10 Lineup With Android 10 and One UI 2.1

  • T-Mobile is now sending out the Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e smartphones from 2019.
  • The update introduces One UI 2.1 and a handful of changes to the camera app as well as the Gallery.
  • This update is aimed at bringing some Galaxy S20 features to the older flagship.

It’s understood at this point that carrier-branded Android smartphones are always the slowest to get an update. But as they say, it’s better late than never. Joining the list now is T-Mobile with its version of the 2019 Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S10. The smartphone is now receiving the coveted Android 10 update, accompanied by the refined One UI 2.1. T-Mobile is sending out the same update to the Galaxy S10+ as well as the Galaxy S10e.

Since this is a major version upgrade, users will experience some big changes in terms of core Android performance, while Samsung’s One UI 2.1 will also bring in a few improvements to the table. Users will now find that the Galaxy S10 will be somewhat on par with the galaxy s20 in terms of software features. Features like Night Hyperlapse, Custom Filter, Single Take, AR Zone, and so on have made their way to the Galaxy S10 trio with this update.

The Galaxy S10 camera will see the introduction of Pro video mode, while the front camera can now shoot 4K videos at 60 fps. The update also includes some Gallery additions, including the ability to automatically arrange similar looking pictures on the stock images folder. This is a lot more than just a visual upgrade, so we highly recommend T-Mobile Galaxy S10 users to download this update right away. The update has been live since yesterday, so it should arrive on your devices anytime now.

Given that Android 10 has been around for a while now, it’s disappointing that it took T-Mobile this long to send it to the Galaxy S10 lineup. But we’re too used to this by now.

Have you received the update on your T-Mobile Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e? What do you make of the changes? Be sure to let us know below.

Via: TMo News