One UI 2.1 brings new camera features to Galaxy S10+

Ruben Fields
March 25, 2020

The Samsung Galaxy S20's bundle of new camera features are coming to last year's flagships, the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10. Single Take uses the camera system and AI to capture a number of photos and videos at once and recommends the best shot for you. It adds a new Pro Video Mode and Night Hyperlapse Mode and improves the existing Night Mode.

Samsung today has announced that they will push some new camera features present in the Galaxy S20 series to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. Unfortunately, the improvements to the Night Mode are only for Galaxy S10 series and will not make their way to the Galaxy Note 10 series, which will however, get Night Hyperlapse.

Additionally, both 2019 Galaxy flagships will get Quick Share and Music Share features. For pictures already snapped, you can then use the new Custom Filter feature, which allows you to create your own filter with colors and styles.

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The Gallery app is also getting a new feature called Clean View. That means similar shots will be automatically grouped together in the devices' Gallery app, and users will be able to zoom in on an image and easily crop it to only show that particular part of the photo. On top of that, you can take advantage of the new Quick Crop tool that, you guessed it, lets you quickly crop photos.

Coming to the easy sharing capabilities, Samsung is bringing Quick Share and Music Share feature to both.

Samsung did not specify when the software update will release for Note 10 and S10 owners, just that the rollout is starting from March. Finally, the update will include the Music Share feature, which allows a friend to connect to the same speaker a user is connected to via Bluetooth even if they don't unlink their device. Scattered reports from users based in Germany and Switzerland indicate that the One UI 2.1 update is making its way to a host of devices including the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

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