It’s been a month since Samsung started selling the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ here in Kenya. During this period, the trio of phones has already received two software updates, the latest of which is the subject of this post.
Rolling out as version G970FXXU1ASCA for the S10e, G973FXXU1ASCA for the S10, and G975FXXU1ASCA for the S10+, the latest release comes with improvements to the stability of the camera app as well as improved performance for the Wireless PowerShare feature.
For the uninitiated, Wireless PowerShare is the reverse wireless charging feature on the S10 series that allows users to share battery juice with other devices that support wireless charging.
Besides these optimizations, the update also improves the security patch level to the latest version available for the devices – March 2019. However, this isn’t the latest version available from Google, which is nothing unusual from Samsung.
To recall, Samsung doesn’t roll out software updates to its devices at once. Instead, things happen gradually, which explains why some Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ users haven’t received the download notification yet.
In other related news, Samsung has also launched a new Galaxy A series in Kenya and we have a quick rundown of the devices and their specs via the link below.