Samsung has already started to roll out its custom-made One UI software, which was announced alongside the Galaxy Note 20’s release earlier this month. According to the company, the update is already appearing in selected European countries including Italy, Hungary, Portugal, and the Netherlands. The 5G Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 ultra are among the first ones to get the update.
Rolling out the One UI 2.5 can bring several Galaxy Note 20’s features to the S20 series. One of the most interesting features is the support for wireless Dex, which allows you to mirror your phone’s screen to supported TV while using it as a touchpad. The new update will also bring a couple of new camera features, like the fact that pro video mode can now manually switch between the phone’s different microphones. It supports 8k video recording up to 24fps. With the update, users will also get sync audio recording feature with written notes. One UI 2.5 also makes it easier for users to share Wi-Fi credentials with other Galaxy smartphones.
The new update has already started to roll out and a few regions have already got it for Galaxy S20 series, but we don’t have the name of the countries receiving at priority. As well as the Galaxy s20 series he updates is also gradually coming to other premium smartphones include the Galaxy S10, the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Fold, and the galaxy Z flip G.