Samsung’s recent history is quite marked with the release of Lite variants of its flagship that were disappointingly low-specced. This year, however, we saw this concept’s return through the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite and both devices are surprisingly good. They are packed with the very same Snapdragon 855 that is present in their vanilla siblings. Both of them came with Android 10 updates and One UI 2.0 running atop. Today, the Korean firm is rolling out the more recent One UI 2.1 release for the Note 10 Lite.
The OneUI 2.1 update was introduced with the Galaxy S20 series in February and is rolling out for several Samsung phones. Today, the firmware bearing N770FXXU2BTD4 is rolling out for Note 10 Lite units in Spain and UAE. The latest update bring a set of new features introduced with the S20 series. It also bumps the security patch to April 2020. Among the features, we have more editing controls for AR Emoji, Quick Share and Music Share. The camera also receives Single Take, Pro Mode, My Filters, Selfie Tone and AR Zone features.
Last but not least, the stock keyboard app received multilingual translation features, improved search for emoji and stickers. There’s also a new text undo/redo feature which may be useful for some users. Although this update is rather limited in availability right now, we believe that it will reach more Galaxy Note 10 Lite users in the coming days.