Samsung has not long ago revealed their newest flagship: the highly expected Galaxy S10 smartphones, which also include the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, scheduled to appear on the market in the third quarter of this year.
These flagships feature high-end processors and excellent performance. Samsung’s devices are well-known for the quality they offer with regards to the display and cameras. The S10 devices are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset in some countries and Exynos 9820 in others, which makes these versions high-end flagships.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e features a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display and an aspect ratio of 19:9. In terms of the camera sets, the smartphone has on the back a 12MP primary camera and a 16MP secondary wide-angle sensor. The selfie camera sports a 10MP shooter, which is able to capture pretty decent pictures. The Galaxy S10e comes with a smaller battery than other flagships, namely a 3,100mAh one, and runs on OneUI, which is based on Android 9.0 Pie operating system.
Samsung Galaxy S10e Updates
Starting with March of this year, Samsung has rolled out the G970FXXU1ASC8 update for the Galaxy S10e models, which brought improved security for its owners with the March 2019 Security Patch. The update also featured enhancements in the Wireless PowerShare Capabilities option, together with a few camera adjustments and improvements.
The next update, released in April, brought the April 1029 Security Patch and made some more improvements on the camera setting and performance.
The May 2019 Security Patch followed in, you guessed it, May, being brought with another update. The upgrade added a new live focus mode to the wide-angle camera, enhanced the night mode, and brought camera stability.
Finally, August came, and the Galaxy S10e has received the G975FXXS3ASH1 update that had a download size of approximately 100 MB and came only with the August 2019 Security Patch. But that’s enough, isn’t it?
When Will Android Q come to the S10e?
Samsung has released the Galaxy S10e powered by Android 9.0 Pie, which comes with OneUI by default. Seeing Samsung’s eagerness to update its devices every month, we are confident when we say that it should not take long until we see the Android Q operating system implemented into Samsung devices. However, the Android Q has to launch first.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.