Samsung Galaxy Note 10 There is good news for series users. The company has started rolling out the latest Android 11 update for smartphones in this series. According to the report of Sammobile, the company has released updates for the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G. The firmware version number of the update released for 4G variants is N97xFXXU6ETLL. At the same time, the version number of the update getting 5G model is N976BXXU6ETLL.
Getting security patch of December 2020
The update is currently reaching users in some European countries. It will reach global users in the coming few days. The special thing about the update is that with this, the company is also giving the security patch of December 2020. Samsung has been updating its flagship smartphones with One UI 3.0 since early December. It started with the Galaxy S20 series and now it is also getting other devices of the year 2020.
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Also getting One UI 3.0 features
Following the update to the Galaxy Note 10 series, many new features are being added to the device. In this, the company is offering updated features like bubbles (convergence), media control, better permission management and organized notifications. With this, the company is also giving the features of Galaxy Note 10 series with One UI 3.0 with this update.
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Rollout halted due to initial bug
Samsung announced its One UI 3.0 beta (Android 11) at the launch of the Galaxy Note series in August this year. After the initial developer build, it was released for the Galaxy Note 10 as well as other devices, but had to be stopped shortly after due to a major bug.