The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e as well as S10 5G have been upgraded to OneUI 4.1 (based upon Android 12.). The three phones first came out in early 2019 and came with Android 9 and the original One UI. The phones aren’t the only ones to get them since Samsung’s other flagships of 2019 are also getting upgraded.
Its Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ were launched in mid-2019 and also comes with Android 9 and an improved One UI 1.5. In December of last year, The Note 10 and S10 models as well as Note 10 series as well as the Note 10 line have been upgraded to Android 12 and the One UI 4.0.
OneUI 4.1 update for Samsung Galaxy Note10plus 5G
This update to the Notes is a hefty 1,049 MB. It also brings improvements to a variety of Samsung applications. It comes with a firmware version of N976BXXXU7HVC6 as well as the security patch for March 1. It also includes the March 1 security patch. S10 updates also contain an update for March.