Samsung Galaxy S10+ gets its first software update

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ which was launched last week has already started receiving its first software updates. Apart from bug fixes and improved stability, the update troubleshoots five critical Android OS vulnerabilities.

One update which is bound to excite users is the option to remap the Bixby button to launch any stock or a third-party application such as Snapchat, Netflix etc. Samsung’s own firmware has also received twelve updates, classified critical by this month’s Security and Maintenance release.

Other changes include improved camera stability and improvements to the fingerprint recognition. Another change is the ‘Instragram Mode’ which allows users to click and directly upload content to Instagram from their native camera. CEO DJ Koh believes this shortcut will deliver the best Instagram experience.

So far only early launch devices are getting this update, however, it will be available on a wider scale by next month. Its soft release has made its way to Netherlands, UK, and France. There’s no word on the availability of this update for North America region.

Feature Image from MKBHD’s video about Samsung Galaxy S10.

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