One UI 3.1 For Note 10 Series is now Rolling Out
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is the 2019 flagship series by Samsung. Back then Samsung also released their first-gen Fold device. Samsung is one of the leading brands to give security updates and software updates to its phones on time. In fact, recently Samsung announced that their smartphones will be getting four years of security updates monthly, while in the fifth year those devices will get quarterly security updates. Slowly and steadily, Samsung is coming up in their Software updates department, and soon it will reach Apple’s level of giving five years of updates. Coming to the update for Galaxy Note 10 series. One UI 3.1 for the Note 10 series is now rolling out globally. One UI 3.1 debuted with the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, later on, the Galaxy S20 series got the update, and now the Note 10 series have started the One UI 3.1 update as well.
The One UI 3.1 update brings a lot of UI polishing while giving some new features as well. With the One UI 3.1, we get the object eraser option in the photo editing, seamless Galaxy Buds transfer between Galaxy devices and more. A full changelog is mentioned below. The update size is around 1.1 GB approx. Make sure you have enough storage and at least 40% battery before you start updating your device. The firmware version of the latest update is N97xFXXU6FUBD.
One UI 3.1 Update Changelog for Galaxy Note 10 Series
If you haven’t got the update yet, you should wait for a day or two. Else you can manually flash the update as well, you will be needing the update file and follow the steps written here. The update improves a lot of other bugs and improves the overall performance as well. you should keep your phone updated always, as it helps protect your phone from malware, while it keeps on adding new features and stability improvements are also a part of the package.