[Updated] AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 10 One UI 2.1 update rolls out; Sprint Samsung Galaxy S10 5G also gets One UI 2.1 update
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on April 14) follows:
Previous year’s flagship phones from Samsung, i.e. the Galaxy Note 10 and S10 are picking up the latest and the new version of One UI 2.1 update based on Android 10.
It is a fact that Samsung, with the One UI, has revamped its custom UI and now, it is one of the cleanest and refined skins we have today. The One UI was introduced with the Android 9 Pie and now with Android 10, the company rolled out the One UI 2.0.
This new version of the custom UI is quite popular among the Samsung users for its new features. But, in this era of providing a continuous better experience to the user, Samsung, has brought in a more refined version of its custom UI in One UI 2.1.
To give you an overview, One UI 2.1 packs in truck-load of features like AR Emoji, Pro video, 4K 60fps out of the front camera, Quick Share, Music Share, etc.
This new version of the One UI 2.1 was slated to arrive on the Galaxy Note 10 and S10 series and it seems like two major carriers are pushing the new iteration of the One UI for both the devices.
As per recent development, the AT&T variant of the Galaxy Note 10 and the Sprint model of the Galaxy S10 5G are picking up the One UI 2.1 update.
The update for the AT&T Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ arrives with the version number CTC9 and it weighs in around 1.6 GB for the Galaxy Note 10.
And in another development, the Sprint variant of the Galaxy S10 5G is also picking up the One UI 2.1 update based on Android 10. The update carries version CTC9.
Notably, the updates are being pushed via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all the units. However, users can go ahead and check for the One UI 2.1 updates on Settings>>About Phone>>Software Updates.
Update 1 (Aprol 15, 2020)
AT&T variants of the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is now receiving the ONE UI 2.1 update. Head here for more coverage.
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