Some months ago, India had declared that it would be suspending the release of the Android ten and One UI 2.0 update for its smartphones and tablets because of the COVID 19 pandemic and lockdown in the country. The One UI 2.1 update that Samsung has rolled out to many devices was additionally delayed in India as a result.

Two weeks back, Samsung India finally began rereleasing updates, hitting things off with the Galaxy A50’s Android 10 update. Now, Samsung has additionally released One UI 2.1 in the country for at least one suitable device: Galaxy S10 Lite buyers in India can now download the One UI 2.1 update and begin enjoying a host of different software features.

All of these features debuted on the Galaxy S20 series and include:

  • Quick Share.
  • Music Share.
  • primary Pro video mode.
  • Single Take
  • My Filters.  
  • Nighttime Hyperlapse recording.

Unluckily, the security patch covered in the update is from April, as the firmware version running out in India (G770FXXU2BTD2) is the same which was released for the Galaxy S10 Lite in different nations a couple of months ago.

The update additionally doesn’t appear to be available over the air at this moment. However, that should change in the next couple of days. However, if you have a Galaxy S10 Lite and don’t want to wait, you can download the update via Samsung’s Smart Switch software for Windows or Mac.