Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus One UI 3.0 (Android 11/R) update in works suggests Geekbench listing; Galaxy S20 Ultra gets March OTA
Google recently rolled out the DP1 (Developer Preview) 1 update of the latest Android version, i.e. the Android 11. However, the update is only live for Pixel devices.
The Android 11 is surely going to pack a punch as there are a lot of new features that the operating system is going to bring in for the devices. We have covered a dedicated post on Android 11 and all the features that it offers with DP 1.
POCO has already announced that the Poco X2 will get updated to Android 11 and now it seems like Samsung is also working on the One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update for its last year’s Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone.
Notably, the Galaxy S10 series grabbed the Android 10 (One UI 2.0) update back in November 2019. And cut to now, going by the Geekbench listings, Galaxy S10 Plus (SM-G975F) Exynos variant was spotted running Android R aka Android 11.
Although this does not confirm anything, as per the update cycle plan of Samsung devices, Galaxy S10 Plus is bound to get updated to the latest Android 11 in the near future.
Moreover, in another report, the recently launched camera-beast from Samsung, i.e. the Galaxy S20 Ultra is getting its first update that improves the camera quality of the phone.
Talking about the update, it arrives with the version number ATBR and also bumps the security patch level until March 2020. Notably, the update is currently live for the users in South Korea, but, it is expected to reach other units in different regions soon.
The update weighs in around 418 MB in size and becomes the first device to be served with the March 2020 security update. Below is the official changelog along with the screenshot of it:
– Add camera function and apply stabilization mode.
– Flash function at ultra wide camera ode at the lowest zoom (1x or less) apply.
– Improved camera quality.
– Samsung account personal information security enhancement.
– Terminal secrity related stabilization code applied.
Security Patch Level:
– March 1, 2020
Keep in mind that the updates are being pushed via OTA and will take some time in hitting all the units. Users can manually check for it by heading to Settings>>Software Update>>tap on Download and Install option.
In the meantime, you can check out our dedicated Samsung section to read more similar stories surrounding Samsung devices and smartphones.
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