Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite receives One UI 2.1 with April 2020 patches
Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S20 series, which was launched earlier this year in February, featured the company’s latest One UI 2.1 software release with a few new features. Shortly after the launch, we learned that Samsung was planning to roll out One UI 2.1 to older flagship devices and, as expected, the update finally hit the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series towards the end of last month. Earlier this month, the company then rolled out One UI 2.1 to the Galaxy S10 Lite and now, it’s finally rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
According to a recent post on our forums, the One UI 2.1 update (software version N770FXXU2BTD4) is now rolling out to Galaxy Note 10 Lite users in Spain and UAE. Much like the One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy S10 Lite, the latest release brings a handful of new features that made their debut with the Galaxy S20 series and the Android security patches for April 2020.
Following the update, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite users will be able to enjoy improved AR Emoji with manual editing and enhanced facial expression recognition. The update also includes Quick Share and Music Share, along with new camera modes like Single Take and Pro Mode for video, My Filters, Selfie Tone, and AR Zone. On top of that, the Samsung Keyboard app has received a new multilingual translation feature, improved search for emoji and sticking, and a new text undo/redo feature. As mentioned earlier, the update is currently only available for Note 10 Lite users in Spain and UAE, but it should roll out to more regions in the coming days.
Source: XDA Forums