Canadian Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ devices all are receiving a new software update which carries improvements and a new security patch. For a while now some Samsung Galaxy S10 users were reporting camera problems like “Camera failed error” when Camera app was launched. Seeing this and how Samsung never lets a bug run away, the brand is now pushing a new software update Galaxy S10 series phones in Canada. The update is available over the air (OTA) and has already begun arriving on phones.
The OTA update is available for multiple carrier variants. Within the update, there are improvements for Samsung’s latest feature called Wireless Powershare which turns Galaxy S10 / Galaxy S10 Plus into a wireless charger for all those devices which support wireless charging. This is not all, more enhancements, performance updates, and improvements have been integrated as well.
Canada Galaxy S10 / Galaxy S10+ Update Details
As we mentioned, Samsung Galaxy S10 users initially faced an error while launching the Camera app. The worst experience for a mobile user is if a system app has issues in functioning. Further, this bug on a flagship as expensive as Galaxy S10 compounds frustration for customers. Nevertheless, if you were facing this problem, look out for this update.
The latest update is said to solve the Camera issues and bring improvements for the performance for mostly everything in Samsung Galaxy S10. Users will receive the latest update version as G975WVLU1ASD3 for Galaxy S10+ while Galaxy S10 users will have the code: G973WVLU1ASD3. Being an OTA roll-out, there might be some delay for the update to arrive on each phone, we advise to wait and manually check for the update using settings.