Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G phones have reportedly started receiving the One UI 2.5 update. This update was announced alongside the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, and Samsung is not wasting much time to introduce the new update for Samsung Galaxy S20 5G flagship series users. The new Samsung One UI 2.5 update reportedly brings a new enhanced Pro video mode, the ability to change Single Take duration, and more.
SamMobile reports that three flagship devices – Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – are now receiving the One UI 2.5 update. The report says that the update is rolling out for devices across Europe, including but not limited to Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, and Portugal. Now that these markets have started receiving the update, other markets should see the arrival of the One UI 2.5 update soon.
The report notes that the firmware version for the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G update is G981BXXU4BTH5, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S20+ update comes with the firmware version G986BXXU4BTH5. The most premium Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra model update comes with the firmware version G988BXXU4BTH5. The update is said to be rolling out over-the-air for users, and they must manually check in Settings for its arrival.
The new One UI 2.5 update for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series reportedly brings all of the goodies that were introduced to the Galaxy Note 20 series. This includes wireless DeX support for amplifying the smartphone screen on to a bigger display. There’s also reportedly the addition of a new Pro video mode that enables users to manually select the resolution of video recording. As mentioned, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series One UI 2.5 update reportedly also brings the ability to change Single Take duration. Among other things, the update also makes it possible to use Android 10 navigation gestures in third-party app launchers
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