Samsung introduced the Galaxy M10s in 2019, and a year after the successful launch, the company has discontinued it along with a few other M Series smartphones. And now, the device has started receiving a new update with the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 (Skin). The update weighs around 1911.90 MB and carries the firmware version M107FXXU4CUF5, and already many users from India have started getting it.
Related: Xiaomi Mi A3 update tracker.
Concerning changes, the new firmware incorporates a bunch of changes, new features, optimizations, fixes for known issues and loopholes, and improvements to the system and applications.
The update includes Android 11 goodies like Chat bubbles, Smart device controls, One-time permissions and auto-reset, Conversation notifications, built-in screen recorder, Notification history, and so on. Apart from these, the new firmware also includes the July 2021 Security Patch.
The new update follows the staggered rollout, and it may take some time as it needs to be verified. After successful verification, all the users of Galaxy M10s will start getting it within a week. Likewise, users can also head over to Settings>Software updates and check for the updates.
Galaxy M10s Key Specifications
- 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with 720 x 1560 pixels resolution
- Exynos 7884B (14 nm) Chipset
- 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage
- 13-MP + 5-Mp dual rear camera
- 8-MP single ront-facing camera
- Android 9.0 (Pie) OS
- 4,000 mAh battery