Samsung Galaxy S10 receives firmware update to OneUI 2.5

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a new firmware update, which brings many new features to the device. More precisely, the 960 MB update includes the new Samsung interface OneUI 2.5, which provides the following changes for the user.


We want to give you here in our changelog more information about what you can expect from this update.

Changelog for OneUI 2.5 on the Samsung Galaxy S10

Support for wireless Samsung DeX connections

The use of Samsung Smart TVs released after 2019 is recommended for this feature.

The screen zoom and font size options are supported to allow customization in different display sizes.

Wi-Fi quality information

If quality information about nearby Wi-Fi routers can be measured, this information is displayed as very fast, fast, normal, or slow.

This feature can be turned on or off in the "Network Quality Information Display" settings.

Show Bitmoji Sticker on Always On Display

A new function for the Always On Display to show bitmojis there as well.

Search Youtube directly with Samsung keyboard

A new feature has been added to the keyboard search function that allows the user to search YouTube directly.

Camera Pro Video function added

There are now more settings for the Pro Video function of the Samsung Galaxy S10.

SOS News

Added a feature that allows the user to call a person stored as a preconfigured SOS message contact.

Added a feature that allows the user to send SOS messages every 30 minutes for site clearance 24 hours a day.

OneUI 2.5 is a useful enhancement of the Samsung interface and also offers a faster experience.

Only the side panels can still cause problems at the moment, because they need a lot of battery power when they are activated.


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