Although the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite received the February 2020 Android patch later than other Galaxy brothers, this update adds a number of camera and system-related features.
Recently, Samsung has just released the February 2020 Android security patch for the Galaxy S10 Lite for India and some other markets globally. Accordingly, the update carries the software number G770FXXU2ATB2 and weighs about 416 MB, bringing a number of new features and improvements to the Galaxy S10 Lite.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite receives new update, supports Super Steady 4
Notably, one of the biggest additions is support for the new 16:9 UHD 60fps video recording mode. Besides, the stability of the camera application on the Galaxy S10 Lite is also said to be better and the image quality improves after this update. In addition, the firmware version also comes with improved system stability and improved fingerprint sensor with higher accuracy.
Finally, the latest security patch for Galaxy devices includes fixing vulnerabilities in the Android operating system kernel and vulnerabilities related to Samsung software only. There are also several fixes to Samsung’s software, including fixing 30 vulnerabilities and exposures discovered in the company’s own software.
If you currently own a Galaxy S10 Lite device, you can check for the update in Settings, tap the “Download and install” option, or check on Samsung’s official website and proceed with the update manually. work via computer.