The Galaxy S10+ is Samsung’s latest flagship for 2019. It has a bright 6.4-inch AMOLED display and has a hole-punch design. While the hole-punch does sacrifice a small portion of the display, it isn’t distracting. The display is crisp and gets really bright when outdoors. Samsung has picked the Exynos 9820 to power the Galaxy S10+ and has paired it with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. You do have more RAM and storage options available with the top end offering 12GB RAM and 1TB of storage. Samsung ships the phone with OneUI running on top of Android 9 Pie. The software is also optimized to function with the hole-punch display and you get the option to hide the camera hole using a black bar at the top. The performance of the Galaxy S10+ is impressive and it managed to score higher than most other Android smartphones in our benchmark tests.
Samsung’s older flagships called Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+ are now catching the latest April 2021 security patch update in a few continents. However, the April 2021 security patch was recently released for the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy Note 10, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A51 along with the One UI 3.1.
As per the report, this software update carries firmware version G97xxXXU9FUCD and is currently rolling out in Switzerland and the Netherlands. This build brings non-critical bug fixes and stability improvements to smartphones. We don’t have the official changelog for this update yet, and if we find any new feature after installing the latest firmware, RMC Team will update the article.
Owners of the Galaxy S20 FE 4G can receive notification of this update. By chance you don’t receive an update notification then check the update manually by going to the device Settings >> Software updates >> Download and install.
Note: Before upgrading to the latest version make sure your smartphone is connected with a proper internet connection, we recommend you to download it over WIFI so that you will not face any error.