Samsung Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update released for Galaxy S10 Lite 

Eventually! Samsung has launched the long-awaited Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone users. This update includes a number of new features as well as enhanced custom and privacy options that allow users to control many aspects and allow them to create their own optimized mobile experience.

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As per the changelog mentioned, the Galaxy S10 Lite now has an enhanced Gallery application with a built-in Reflection Eraser and Shadow Eraser, as well as new camera features including Night Portrait Mode, Pet Recognition, and Light Position Editing.


On the other hand, Samsung allows you to add emojis to calendar entries and take quick notes on Samsung Notes while browsing the Samsung Internet or Gallery. In the meantime, with an improved color palette, you can customize your phone with different colors based on your wallpaper.

With the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite One UI 4.1 update, Google Duo Live Sharing has been further enhanced to allow you to share your screen with people who are far away. Enhanced quick sharing makes it easier to edit and share your photos and videos, and you can take advantage of Grammarly. A keyboard that prevents typos.

While your phone has more customizable options with Samsung SmartSwitch. SmartThings Find allows you to share items with others so you can find them together if you lose them.

In addition, there are enhanced Bixby routines, customizable RAM Plus, the ability to turn off Game Optimization Service, and powerful privacy settings to protect your data. However, you will notice more changes after you install it on your phone.

It should be noted that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite One UI 4.1 update is only released in Brazil at the moment. However, as long as the company ensures its security and stability, it will make a wider implementation for all users around the world.