Galaxy S10 News: Samsung has released a new update for the Galaxy S10. This update, which is offered via OTA, makes the phone more secure.
Samsung started its updates this week. As you know, Google regularly releases security patches every month to make Android more secure. These patches are also shared with 3rd party phone manufacturers. Samsung also announced today that the update, which includes the Android security patches for June, is available for download via OTA for the Galaxy S10 family. The update, which will be offered gradually, was first offered for sale in Switzerland.
An update has also been released for the Galaxy S10 and other models!
According to the information transferred; In addition to the S10 family, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Fold 2 models will also receive security updates this week. We expect this update with build number G977BXXS8FUE5 to be available for sale in our country towards the end of June.
In addition to security improvements, critical problems in phones are also fixed with the update. Let’s also mention that 19 critical vulnerabilities in the system were closed with the update. It is said that Samsung, which is currently working on the One UI 4.0-based Android 12 update, will offer Android 12 to all flagship models from the S10 series.
Samsung, which needs to take action on the update this year, needs to learn from its rival Apple offering iOS 15 to the 6-year-old iPhone 6s. Samsung, which still cannot offer Android 11 to the 3-year-old Galaxy Note 9 family, hopefully changes its update policy and brings new Android versions to Galaxy owners.