Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is receiving its first update carrying May security patches

Verizon Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

We would forgive you if you had completely forgotten the first standalone 5G phone in Galaxy S10 5G and its impending release over all the craze about OnePlus 7 Pro, but Verizon is all set to launch the Samsung’s device now. And they also have an update ready for the early S10 5G pickers.

Coming in as software version G977UVRU1ASEF, the update brings the latest security patches for the device.

Samsung recently added the Night Mode feature to its camera app on the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e, so we’re hopeful that the ASEF update does that too, although Verizon hasn’t mentioned it in the changelog.

Verizon’s 5G phone comes for $1,299, almost the double the amount you can pay to grab a OnePlus 7 Pro. Yes, there exists a 5G version of the 7 Pro too, but OnePlus doesn’t plan to launch it in the US, thus the S10 5G is your best choice for the foreseeable future.

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