Security updates for the Samsung Galaxy A23 and Galaxy Note 10 will take into effect this May 2022. The upgrade will be made available in select European countries, including Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Russia and others.
Other regions such as Asia, Africa, and America are likely to get the most recent version update before very long.
May 2022 upgrade coming up for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+, on the other hand, is presently rumoured to be accessible in various Asian and European nations, which Malaysia and Switzerland are not left out.
According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy A23 security includes firmware version A235FXXU1AVE4, which is said to correct a large number of privacy and security flaws in the devices. According to the source, the current update is also meant to correct some general flaws and would aid in enhancing the device’s stability.
As per another SamMobile report, Samsung has additionally published the May 2022 security update for both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. The firmware rendition N97xFXXU8HVE5 is included in the software update for these two devices.
As indicated by the source, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, which is not accessible in places such as India, is likewise receiving the newest firmware upgrade with firmware number N976BXXU8HVE5 in Switzerland.
And the newest software update for the device is going to fix bugs, privacy and security vulnerabilities issues and likewise enhance the smartphone stability.
As previously stated, the may update for the Samsung Galaxy A23 is now accessible in Germany and Russia. In the meantime, this software update is apparently being sent to Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ devices in Malaysia and Switzerland.
Samsung Galaxy customers who are qualified will directly get the newest update. Users in any of the previously mentioned countries may also manually check for the latest version update by navigating to Settings, from there to Software Update and lastly tap on Download and Install.