Samsung announces more Note 10 features are coming to the Galaxy S10 series

Samsung announces more Note 10 features are coming to the Galaxy S10 series
Samsung has brought a lot of useful features from the Note 10 to the Galaxy S10 series a few months ago and since people were very happy with what they got, the South Korean company has decided to repeat the move.

Today, Samsung announced a brand new software for the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and S10 5G, which introduces more nifty Galaxy Note 10 features. So, in addition to what the Galaxy S10 series got back in September, the latest update adds all-new smart multimedia and Wi-Fi functions that streamline connections.

For example, the Gallery now allows users to find their favorite photos quickly by refining searches with keywords. Also, the update makes discovering new songs, movies or TV shows much easier thanks to the improved devices search, which brings up content recommendations from multimedia streaming apps.

There's a new Media & Devices to Quick Panel, which makes it easier to control multimedia experience across devices with just the Galaxy S10. Another new feature included in the update, Auto Hotspot lets users turn their phones into Wi-Fi hubs. The new option allows Galaxy S10 owners to establish a hotspot automatically with other Samsung devices if they share the same Samsung account or family account.

Furthermore, thanks to the latest update Galaxy S10 series users will be able to add a personal touch to videos with fun drawings that don't require S Pen via the AR Doodle function. Finally, thanks to the updated Samsung DeX, clips shot with Galaxy S10 phones can be turned into dynamic videos easier than ever before, just make sure to connect the device to a PC or Mac.

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According to Samsung, the update release date may vary by country and carrier, so there's no telling when exactly it will arrive in the United States. Also, some features may only be available in some countries.

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