Samsung is one of the few smartphone makers that offer the latest Android version to its users only a couple of months after Google. The company has so far rolled out the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update to a number of flagship smartphones, but some older models are yet to receive the latest version of Android. And today, the company has rolled out the One UI 4.0 update to the Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone.
The update is available via a firmware update, which bears version number G770FXS6FULA, and includes the December 2021 security patch. Currently, the update appears to be available only in Spain, but the company will make it available for S10 Lite users in other parts of the world very soon.
The stable One UI update is already available for a couple of flagship Galaxy phones, including Galaxy S20 and Note20, Galaxy S21, Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3, Z Flip, Galaxy S10.
Talking about One UI 4.0, it includes massive changes for many of the stock Samsung apps, and we’ve already seen some of the changes in the latest beta build. The update also includes better optimization for Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 and minor Knox updates. Another big change is the adoption of Android 12’s Material You UI.
If you’re using Galaxy S10 Lite, you can navigate to Settings » Software update and tap on Download and install to get the update.