Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite grabs One UI 4.1 and April 2022 security update

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite was updated to One UI 4.0 earlier this year, and now, the device is getting updated to One UI 4.1, thanks to the impressive software support from Samsung. Although One UI 4.1 may seem like a minor upgrade over the One UI 4.0, it brings numerous optimizations and new features, such as customizable RAM Plus, a Grammarly-powered Samsung keyboard, and more.

The One UI 4.1 update based on Android is currently rolling out in Brazil. And, as we know, Samsung does not take too long to make the update available in more regions. The device is getting another software update, which is rolling out in Spain. It does not bring the One UI 4.1, but users are only getting the April 2022 security patch.

The latest software update for Galaxy S10 Lite rolling out in Brazil does not reportedly include the April 2022 security patch, and the update rolling out in Spain does not bring anything apart from the April security patch. The OTA update for Galaxy S10 Lite users in Spain comes with the build version G770FXXU6GVD1.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite One UI 4.1 update

The April 2022 security patch for Samsung Galaxy phones fixes dozens of vulnerabilities related to system security and privacy. More specifically, the fixes are related to S Secure, Knox Manage, StorageManagerSrevice, One UI Home, Samsung DeX Home, and more.

Samsung has made several noteworthy changes to the One UI 4.1. It includes Grammarly integration to the Samsung keyboard, the ability to turn off Game Optimization Service (GOS), Google Duo Live Sharing, and the ability to add virtual RAM of the amount you need.

Proud Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite users in Brazil or Spain should receive the latest update anytime soon if haven’t received it already. Or, navigate to Settings >> Software update to manually look for new updates.

Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar
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