T-Mobile is rolling out a major update for the Samsung Galaxy S10+ in the US. This is a huge 1.2GB file, which makes it way too big and important. So, what could be so big about this update?
To start with, this T-Mobile is rolling out One UI 3.1 to the Galaxy S10+. This is an important user interface update. However, it brings an old security patch – March 2021 – when we are no in May.
Talking more about the update, we hear that there will be some improvements to camera performance. The changelog also said that this update would improve “overall device performance.”
The camera update will also allow you “blur the background in video calls made with apps like Google Duo and Zoom.” It will also allow you to “remove the location data from photos,” while sharing them online.
The update comes with firmware version G975USQU5GUCG. As always, this update comes in phases starting from the US. If you live in the US and owns a Galaxy S10+ smartphone, you could manually check for the update from your mobile’s setting. However, do take a backup of your data before updating.
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