The Galaxy S10 series within a few days of release received its first OTA update that allows users to remap the Bixby button, while also addressing some critical security issues. The Korean giant may already be cooking up another major update to the S10 lineup, a report from Korea says.
Quan Guixian the head of Samsung Greater China, at an interactive section with a number of fans at one of the major Samsung stores in China assured users that the Galaxy S10e, GalaxyS10, and the Galaxy S10+ will all receive a major OTA update that will come with a 25W fast charging which can be used with a special Samsung 25W charger. Up until this moment, the 25W fast charging has only remained exclusive to the Galaxy S10 5G, and more recently came to the Galaxy A70 out of the box, and from the look of thins, 25W fast charging might become a standard across all new devices Samsung launches by the end of this year.
Not only is the S10 lineup getting the support for 25W charging, the top exec reportedly confirmed that the Galaxy S10 lineup will also receive a camera update that brings a long-exposure camera mode, though, it isn’t clear at this moment if both 25W and camera update will come in a single push.