New Galaxy S10 update improves camera, Bluetooth, and system stability – – Samsung news

It hasn’t been long since the Galaxy S10 series got the October 2022 security patch, but Samsung is now rolling out another firmware update for the 2022 flagship lineup. With it come improvements to Bluetooth, stability, and the camera.

The new update is available for the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+ across Europe. It carries firmware version G97xFXXUGHVJ5. The update is also available for the Galaxy S10 5G in Switzerland, carrying firmware number G977BXXUDHVJ5.

Mysterious camera improvements included

The official changelog mentions stability improvements to the Camera app, connectivity and stability improvements to Bluetooth, better overall stability, and of course, the October 2022 security patch, which originally rolled out for the Galaxy S10 a couple of weeks ago.

Galaxy S10 customers in Europe should be able to download the update upon receiving a notification. They can also download the update from the firmware section on our website for manual installation, or access the Settings app on the Galaxy S10, go to “Software update,” and tap “Download and install.”

Save for the Galaxy S10 Lite, the Galaxy S10 lineup won’t get the Android 10-based One UI 5.0 update, so we’re guessing that any improvements to the existing user experience should be welcomed.

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