Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Duo is not yet available for purchase, although the company already provides a software update for the flagship line. As a result, the first devices in Europe and India will be equipped with a new software update that improves productivity and fingerprints.
The update in question is equipped with the N975FXXU1ASH5 and weighs 307.64 MB. In addition, overall camera stabilization has been improved, and image quality has improved. In addition, the new firmware increases the input power of the touch screen. As mentioned earlier, the fingerprint scanner should work better after this update.
Interestingly, Samsung also introduced an early update to the Galaxy S10 series. These updates are intended for a final review of the software before it is officially put up for sale. That’s why Samsung wants to make sure everything is working right before users get it in their hands.
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The price of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series
Galaxy Note 10 256 GB – $ 950
Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256 GB – $ 1,100
Note 10 Plus 512 GB – $ 1,200
Note 10 Plus 5G – $ 1300
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus are Samsung’s latest flagships to compete with the following top-class smartphones. They will compete with the valuable competitors of many other companies, such as Google, Huawei, and even Apple.
A source: TENNA