Samsung has started seeding the latest July security patches to its flagship smartphones of 2021 and 2022, and a couple of mid-range devices. Samsung is one of the few Android smartphone manufacturers which provides updates on time. The South Korean company has started pushing the July 2022 security update from July 1, 2022. The rollout will be in a phased manner and may take some time to reach your devices. Let’s have a look at the list of handsets that will be eligible for the update.
Samsung July 2022 Security Update: Eligible Devices
The Galaxy S series of smartphones are positioned on the high end of the spectrum, and it goes without saying that these devices will receive upgrades faster than budget devices. The Samsung Galaxy S22, Samsung Galaxy S22+, and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will get the new firmware version S90xEXXU2AVF9 (Snapdragon variants) for devices in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. European units will get the S90xBXXU2AVF5 firmware (Exynos variants).
Similarly, Samsung’s 2021 flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21+, and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphones in Germany have started receiving the new update with firmware version G99xBXXS5CVFB. Other countries will receive it in a few days/weeks.
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Samsung may have killed its Galaxy Note series of smartphones, but it is keeping its Galaxy Note 20 alive by feeding it regular software updates. Owners of Samsung’s 2020 flagship device will get the July 2022 security patch to fix vulnerabilities and bug fixes. Samsung has started the rollout in Portugal and it comes with firmware version N981BXXS4FVG1.
Apart from its flagship devices, Samsung is pushing the update to its mid-range Galaxy A series smartphones. The Galaxy A32 and the Galaxy A23 handsets have started getting the update with firmware versions A325NKSU1BVF2 and A235FXXU1AVF3 respectively.