Samsung Galaxy S10 update brings slow-motion selfie videos and auto-hotspot

Samsung’s development team has introduce Android 10 and One UI 2.0 to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 family, even though there’s still room for improvements in their current software. Based on this, German and Swiss users of the Galaxy S10 are receiving a new interesting update that introduces slow-motion video recording in the selfie camera. But that’s not the only feature coming with this update.

In addition to the slow-mo video mode, the new build also introduces Auto-Hotspot. The name is self-explanatory, it’s a quick way to share your mobile connection with nearby devices logged in the same Samsung account. The changelog also mentions improvements made in the device’s fingerprint scanner.

Galaxy S10 Android 10 update

The ultrasonic sensor has been in the headlines during the past days due to a security flaw. It basically allowed any finger to unlock a cheap silicon glass protector is covering the screen. The sensor recognizes the dot-pattern in the screen protector, allowing any touch in the display’s sensor to unlock the handset.

Besides the improvements, the update adds a Media and Device buttons to the notification shade. It’s a quick and easy way to control devices that are connected to the handset like TVs, Bluetooth Speakers and more. Currently, the update is rolling only for devices in Germany and Switzerland. However, we believe that Samsung will expand the rollout in the coming days.

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