Samsung updates the Galaxy S10 Lite with One UI 2.5 and September 2020 patches

Samsung updates the Galaxy S10 Lite with One UI 2.5 and September 2020 patches

Samsung has been slowly rolling out its One UI 2.5 update to its vast library of devices, starting with its older flagship smartphones, and now the company is bringing the software to yet another such device. Galaxy S10 Lite owners can now download the One UI 2.5 update, which introduces a host of new features.

The One UI 2.5 OTA for the Galaxy S10 Lite is currently rolling out to users in Spain. The firmware version is G770FXXU3CTH4. Samsung also merged the September 2020 Android security patches.

We don’t currently have a full changelog of what’s been updated, but if we were to go by what was previously rolled out to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, we would say that the update brings a lot of new features to the table, including Wireless DeX and an enhanced Pro Video mode. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to actually be the case, as according to SamMobile, the One UI 2.5 update for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite does not include Pro Video’s new granular resolution controls and mic selection as well as Wireless DeX. The lack of Wireless DeX makes sense, though, since the phone doesn’t even support wired DeX in the first place. The update does improve the duration of Single Take selection intervals in the camera app, though.

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The One UI 2.5 update is Samsung’s next stop before it issues an update to One UI 3.0, which will be based on Android 11. Samsung is currently testing that update in closed beta, so hopefully, it won’t be long before an open beta and then stable build is released.

With a rollout beginning in Spain, more Galaxy S10 Lite owners around Europe should see the update soon. Has your device received the update?

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Brandon's love of technology can be traced back to his childhood, when he would obsessively watch Back to the Future. Since then he's followed the industry and its many innovations, from handheld consoles to powerful smartphones. He's still waiting on a hoverboard.