New Samsung Galaxy S10 firmware update brings Wireless Powershare improvements, more

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Samsung Galaxy S10 sales are reportedly off to a brisk start, and many of those buyers would appreciate that Samsung is continuing to polish the software of the handset, ironing out the launch bugs in the device.

Samsung has just released new firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S10 (version G973FXXU1ASC8), S10+ (version G975FXXU1ASC8) and S10E (version G970FXXU1ASC8). The update brings improvements to Wireless PowerShare (the ability to wirelessly change other Qi accessories or phones)  and also stability improvements for the camera.

In addition, it also brings the March Security Updates for the handset.

The update is rolling out now to the UK and Germany. Users can check for updates in Settings and see if it has reached your region yet.

Via Neowin, SamMobile

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