As per the latest report by SamMobile, Samsung is expanding the May 2021 security update for the Galaxy Note 10 series. Apart from bumping the security patch, it also brings improvements for the camera, Quick Share, and security.
Notably, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite was the first device from the Galaxy Note 10 lineup to grab the latest May 2021 security update. However, the premium phones in the lineup, i.e. the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G are also receiving the latest update.
And as a bonus, the update is also bringing improvements for the camera of these devices. However, it is not clear from the changelog what all specific improvements this new update brings for the camera.
We assume these are general improvements. Users should not expect some major changes in the camera performance.
The new update for Galaxy Note 10 series also enhances the Quick Share feature on the devices. The update basically improves the file sharing between Galaxy devices using Quick Share.
All in all this new May update for Note 10 is a good package, and if you have received the update, you should definitely update your device.
May security update fixes some vulnerabilities affecting devices with Qualcomm chipsets. It also brings fixes for Samsung One UI 3.0 bugs as well.
For more information, you can head over to the official Samsung Security Bulletin for the month of May.
The latest update is detected with firmware version N97xxXXU7FUE3
The size of the update is not known. But we would advise Note 10 users to download the update via a stable Wi-Fi or mobile data connection, considering the features this new update brings.
Talking about the firmware version, the Galaxy Note 10 May update arrives as N97xxXXU7FUE3. Sammobile notes this update is live for Note 10 owners in Europe.
To be more specific, users in Germany and Switzerland are the first ones to receive the update. If you reside in any of the mentioned regions then you should check for the update notification.
Do note Samsung is pushing this new May 2021 update for the Note 10 lineup via OTA in batches. So, it won’t be live for everyone from the word go.
If you haven’t received the update notification, then you can check for it manually. To do this, head over to Settings. Then tap on Software Update. Here, press the Check for update button.
The updater will look for the update, and if it detects one, it will show you the notification. Simply hit the Download button to begin the installation process.