The Samsung Galaxy Note10 phones come with some pretty impressive features, especially where the cameras are concerned. With the Galaxy S10 line featuring similar hardware, you’d think that they’d be capable of similar feats. They will be soon, as Samsung has begun rolling out an update that gives the Galaxy S10 line those features.
Most notably, the new update brings to the Galaxy S10 line AR Doodle, Live Focus video recording, and Super steady video stabilisation. The front-facing cameras will also get Night Mode support. Video editing directly from the Galaxy S10 series of phones will also be possible with the new update.
Besides camera features, the new update will also adds Samsung DeX support to the Galaxy S10 series of phones. Beyond that, the update also adds Link to Windows integration to the S10 line.
All in all, it’s quite the substantial update for owners of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its variants. But when will we actually get the update? The Korean tech giant did not mention the release date for other markets, but it did say that it began rolling the update out in Europe on 23 September. Without even a time window, it could be a long wait just as easily as it could be a short one.