The Galaxy S10 smartphone series receives new features from the Galaxy Note 10

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A great update for Samsung flagship users.

The latest software update makes available to users Galaxy S10e, S10, S10 + many new features that previously appeared on Galaxy Note 10 – including AR Doodle, embedded video editor or Link to Windows integration.

Thanks to the update, the camera in the Galaxy S10 gets even better. New Software extends the night mode option, making it now also available on the front camera, giving you more freedom to take clear photos in low light. Thanks to the latest update, users of the Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 + also benefit improved Super Steady video stabilization and support for dynamic features of the Galaxy Note10 such as AR Doodle and video recording in Live Focus mode.

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AR Doodle they make video more attractive thanks to funny pictures and notes in augmented reality, while recording video in Live Focus mode allows the use of bokeh effects (including blur, large circles, color point and brightness) in movies recorded with both the front and rear cameras.

Dex and Link mode to Windows

The update also provides support Samsung DeX for PC. After downloading the application from SamsungDeX.com users will be able to run Samsung DeX on their PC or Mac – just connect the Galaxy S10 to the computer using a USB cable.

Link to Windows support has also been added, which means that Galaxy S10 users will be able to wirelessly connect their phone to a computer with Windows 10 and easily, directly from the computer view the content on the smartphone, send and receive messages and synchronize recently recorded photos.

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Apps used by Galaxy S10 users on a daily basis, such as Samsung Pass or Messages, have also been improved to make them more versatile and more convenient to use. The configuration of Samsung Pass has been simplified, thanks to which Galaxy S10 users can use the advanced biometric authentication offered by their phone to log in quickly and securely in applications and websites.