[Updated]: The over-the-air March update for the Galaxy S10 line-up has been delayed, and cannot be found in the Updates anymore, reported SamMobile, adding that “Samsung has pulled the March update for the Galaxy S10 trio.” We’ll update you as soon as the update rolls out again!
The Galaxy S10 has been packed by Samsung with some pretty powerful hardware available on the market.
The tech giant also made sure to implement into its software a bunch of innovative features and functionalities.
But all of this seems that was not enough for Samsung because the tech giant based in Korea started to roll out a brand new update for the Galaxy S10.
This update will make sure to improve the performances of the Wireless PowerShare feature, and it also brings a few software enhancements as well, just to make its users even more excited.
The Galaxy S10 March update
This new update released by Samsung is 463.15MB, and it’s rolled out over the air.
This means that all the Galaxy S10 users should be keeping an eye on the notifications panel just to make sure they spot the update when it reaches their mobile device.
Anyway, here’s what new and worth noting about the update that Samsung is currently rolling out.
Windows PowerShare enhancements & March Security Patch
For users who don’t know yet, Windows PowerShare is one of the most innovative features that this much-awaited mobile device has to offer.
This makes it possible for the smartphone to charge Qi-enabled devices just by placing them close to each other.
It’s also worth noting that this feature requires a minimum of 30% battery in order to work and its speed and power efficiency are really mindblowing.
Judging by the fact that Samsung wanted to improve this feature it’sd safe to assume that it wasn’t even working at its full potential before this update.
Now, there are a few enhancements that are taking the performance of the feature to the very next level.
The update also brings the March Security Patch, and this is another reason for which users should see the update as vital for the device.
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