Samsung has released number of flagship smartphones over the years as the company has traditionally attracted customers with these smartphones’ exclusive features. However, it seems that Samsung has decided to stop differentiating smartphones based on exclusive features as the company has started to bring some Galaxy Note 10’s features to Galaxy S10.
The news came via an official blog post where tSamsung revealed that it has started rolling out a software update for Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10 5G users. This update follows the last one Samsung released back in September.
While not as big as the last one, the latest software update introduces a smarter Gallery app to make it easier to search for photos using keywords. Additionally, you will see better content recommendations from different apps after installing the update.
Additionally, the latest update will also bring an WiFi Auto Hotspot feature that automatically shares internet connections with other devices that uses same Samsung account.
However, you might need to wait a while before you receive the update as Samsung noted that the update schedules will vary around the world. But the company expects that owners of Galaxy S10 will receive the update by the end of the year.