Samsung has recently spun out a couple of new updates to the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy A80, and other devices. Now, the Korean giant has begun sending the One UI 3.1 update to the Galaxy Note 10 users. The Canada users can identify the update on the firmware version N970WVLU6FUBH/N975WVLU6FUBH.
The new update is currently rolling out to the TELUS, Rogers, Fido, and Koodo carrier smartphones and unlocked models as well.
Discussing about the changelog, the update includes the March 2021 Security Patch, bug fixes, improvements, enhancements, etc. On the other hand, it packs with a couple of new One UI 3.1 features. So, with the bug fixes, improvements, and new features, the performance of the smartphone is expected to be improved.
- Device: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+
- Firmware version: N970WVLU6FUBH/N975WVLU6FUBH
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- Country: Canada
- Security patch level: March 2021
- Version: Android 11-based One UI 3.1
The update undoubtedly follows the phased rollout. So, users need to be patient for at least one week to undergo the update. As always, users can head to Settings>Software updates and check for the updates to manually check the status. Also, make sure to maintain 80% of charging as it is a big update.