Published: Wed, March 25, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

One UI 2.1 brings new camera features to Galaxy S10+

One UI 2.1 brings new camera features to Galaxy S10+

The Galaxy S20 phones may be Samsung's new flagships, but since the company continues selling the S10 line alongside it, it keeps doing a stellar job at providing software updates: The Korean manufacturer is beginning to roll out a big update to last year's series, giving it a ton of One UI 2.1 features from the Galaxy S20, most notably in the photography department. And once you've taken a picture, you can now edit it with custom colors and styles based on other images as part of the new Custom Filter feature.

Single Take allows you to take a number of photos and videos and the phone will recommend the best shot for you. It adds a new Pro Video Mode and Night Hyperlapse Mode and improves the existing Night Mode.

Samsung announced the update this morning, sharing that the "innovative features found on its flagship Galaxy S20 series [are coming] to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 series through an upcoming software update starting from March".

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The Note 10 and S10's camera upgrades will be joined by the S20's new gallery and sharing features. Apart from this, the Gallery app on the S10 and Note 10 phones will get a Quick Crop feature which allows users to zoom into an image and quickly save a cropped version.

Now, some Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 users have begun receiving it on their devices. Custom Filter allows you to create your own filters and Pro video gives you more control over your video settings. It automatically groups together similar shots of the same subject for better organization of images. It lets you share files with other Samsung phones via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi direct. On top of that, you can take advantage of the new Quick Crop tool that, you guessed it, lets you quickly crop photos. With Music Share, you can extend your paired Bluetooth connection and you don't need to disconnect for a friend to play their music on a speaker or auto stereo.

Be on the lookout for this update, Galaxy S10 and Note 10 owners!

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