Samsung brings UI 2.1 on the Galaxy Note 10, S10, note 9, and S9 – XDA-developers
Samsung launched its flagship-S20-series early last month, offers some impressive hardware specs. These included the 100x space-Zoom camera on the S20 Ultra, the 108MP primary shooter with Nona Binning, and up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. On the software front, the devices rolled out, with A user interface 2.1 on Android-based 10, the a couple of additional features like Spotify support in the clock app. Other than the Galaxy-S20-series, the Galaxy Z Flip is the only Samsung smartphone that runs A user interface 2.1 now. However, according to a new report from Sammobile, the company will soon roll-out UI 2.1 on the Galaxy Note 10, S10, note 9, and S9.
The report quoted a post from a Samsung community moderator on Samsung’s Korean community portal, which confirms that Samsung is planning to roll out UI 2.1, not only for the last year’s Galaxy S10 and note 10-series, but also for the Galaxy S9 and note 9-series. As of now, Samsung has not shown that there is a schedule for the UI-2.1 rollout, but it is safe to assume that the Galaxy S10, and 10 devices Note get the update before the Galaxy S9 and note 9 devices. In terms of software features, UI 2.1 relatively less features, including a screen Zoom, Samsung Fast Sharing, and the above-mentioned Spotify-support-in-the-watch app. It is also worth noting that the hardware-related functions, such as changing the option to the 120Hz refresh rate so that it on older devices, even after the update because of the obvious lack of hardware support.
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Released on Thu, 12 Mar 2020 06:18:33 +0000