With the new year kickstarting the world is full of surprises in all means. The leader of the global smartphone market, Samsung is also not behind in giving us surprises. The Korean OEM started the year with a surprise update for all the Samsung Galaxy 10+ 5G users.
One UI 2.0 is Samsung’s in-house user interface for their devices which is based on Android 10. This latest operating system started rolling out for some of the latest premium devices of Samsung since the end of 2019. Now new reports from the UK suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G started to get the latest update from the Korean OEM.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is a premium device from the main name of the smartphone market. This device comes with several best in class features and specifications. The device houses Exynos 9825 chipset is is the latest and most powerful in the Samsung series. Other notable features of the device include a 12 GB of RAM and 4,300 mAh battery. The most headlined feature of this flagship device is the 5G connectivity option available with the device.
The android based One UI 2.0 comes with a lot of new features. The features include all of the Android 10 new additions. In addition to this the One UI 2.0 houses some of Samsung’s own features. The Exynos version of the devices started getting this all around the UK, while the snapdragon version already got this update. It is expected that all users of the device around the globe will soon get the new update. The update comes with a total size of 1.9 GB and gets the BSLA build.
How to manually Install One UI 2.0 update on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
- Go to Settings
- Click on System
- Click on Software Updates
- Click on Download Updates Manually