The Galaxy S10 Lite model, and another mid-range smartphone, Galaxy M51 are now receiving One UI 3.1 version. The Galaxy M51 is getting it in Russia, and the Galaxy S10 Lite is in Spain. Both devices have been praised with plenty of new features and tweaks to the existing ones. The March security patch has attached the latest firmware version. It identifies firmware version M515FXXU2CUB7 for M51 & G770FXXU4EUBA for the S10 Lite model.
Along with the new security patch, Samsung has seeded some pretty useful features. First, to mention here is the auto device switching for the Galaxy Buds+ & newer earbuds. Eye shield comfort will protect your eyes by setting screen brightness according to the environment. Private folder sharing can protect all your files, photos, and other personal kinds of stuff. Also, you can give one-time permission in location sharing or the other services. The multi-mic recording is also the function you should try out.
According to the Sammobile, Wireless DeX is not coming to the Galaxy S10 Lite because of its hardware configuration. This month, Samsung has installed Android 11-based One UI 3.1 on many mid-range devices. After the Galaxy S20 & Note 20 family, it came to Galaxy S10, Note 10, Z Fold 2, Z Flip, Fold, A71, and the Note 10 Lite devices. If you have any of these devices, then don’t forget to check for the latest firmware.