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Samsung reveals list of devices getting OneUI 2.5 update!

Samsung has released the list of devices that will receive the new OneUI 2.5 software update that was first found on the Galaxy Note20 series and the Tab S7 series.
Samsung reveals list of devices getting OneUI 2.5 update!
Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and S-Pen

OneUI 2.5 arrives for the following devices!

Thru its official Mobile Pressroom Page, Samsung has revealed the new features of OneUI 2.5 and the list of devices that will receive the latest version of Samsung's Android skin.

Improvements to the camera include Pro Video Mode with the new ability to control the device's microphone direction and to control external microphones. Devices that previously did not have the feature will also get 8K/24fps video recording and 21:9 cinematic aspect ratio video recording.

Samsung Notes now will synchronize notes with audio recording, will now support importing and editing PDF files, will now auto-save and sync between Galaxy devices, and will now be able to add Handwritten text to typed documents.

Wireless Dex via Miracast and multi-finger gestures between applications will now also arrive in select Galaxy devices.

Lastly, these new devices will be able to share WiFi passwords with nearby Galaxy devices in the contact list along with the ability to pre-set time and location for meetings and tasks.

There are a lot more features that were not mentioned and not all may be available on the devices on the list.

List of devices eligible for OneUI 2.5:

Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
Galaxy S20 Ultra
Galaxy S20+ 5G
Galaxy S20+
Galaxy S20 5G
Galaxy S20
Galaxy S10+ 5G
Galaxy S10+
Galaxy S10
Galaxy S10e
Galaxy S10 Lite
Galaxy S9+
Galaxy S9
Galaxy Note9
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
Galaxy Note10+
Galaxy Note10 5G
Galaxy Note10
Galaxy Note10 Lite
Galaxy Z Flip 5G
Galaxy Z Flip
Galaxy Fold 5G
Galaxy Fold

Samsung will roll-out the OneUI 2.5 update in batches across the world soon. It is unfortunate that only flagship smartphones from the S9 series onwards will get the update. What is interesting to note as well is that the Tab S6 series will not get the update yet given that the Tab S7 was just released. We hope that Samsung will expand its support to mid-range and entry-level devices.

Is your device in the list?

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Source: Samsung, Via: GizmoChina
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