It is quite funny to hear that Forbes already reported about a new PS5 update, which Sony will confirm later on its blog. Coming back on the matter, the latest firmware update provides software fixes and one of them is related to Samsung TVs.
According to the information, this latest PS5 release fixes the compatibility issues with Samsung TVs in which PS5 will offer 4K gaming at 120 frames per second with HDR enabled.
Just to refresh your memory, this functionality of PS5 was not supported with the Samsung TVs due to a bug related to HDMI 2.1 and Sony’s firmware. However, Samsung already confirmed this news back in January as it was working with Sony to encounter this issue. Therefore, thanks to this small yet productive collab, the FOTA is now ready to hit the consumer’s PS5.
Apart from the fixes, the update adds a new feature in which PS5 owners finally can move games from the internal SSD to a USB drive without any hassle. Meanwhile, to store the big PS5 games you need a fast storage device. Therefore, this is a huge opportunity for Samsung to sell its external SSDs as these storage devices can also be used as a USB drive for PS5.
Besides, the popular console company is yet to publish the update’s changelog. But it is quite confirmed from the sources, this new update will be available to all the PS5 units worldwide in the coming days.
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Samsung Galaxy S10 gets May 2022 security update in Brazil
Way back in February 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 flagships on the occasion of the 10th-anniversary of the Galaxy S-series. This range introduces various smartphones including the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G.
Pre-equipped with Android 9-based One UI 1.1, the Galaxy S10 series is eligible for at least three years of Android OS upgrades, courtesy of the new Samsung update policy 2020. Major updates aside, the entire Galaxy S10 series is also eligible for four years of regular security updates.
Below you can check all the major and minor updates of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.
May 23, 2022
May 16, 2022
January 27, 2022
Previous Galaxy S10 Series Update
January 24, 2022
January 17, 2022
January 10, 2022
December 11, 2021
December 07, 2021
December 06, 2021
October 25: October 2021 Security Patch Panama
The Galaxy S10 series smartphone users are now getting the October 2021 security patch update in Panama. [Source]
October 22: October 2021 Security Patch India
The Galaxy S10 series devices now receiving the October 2021 security update in India. However, the firmware versions of these releases are the same as the European variants. [Source]
October 19: October 2021 Security Patch
Samsung has begun releasing the latest software update to the Galaxy S10 series smartphone users. As expected, the update installs October 2021 Android and One UI patches for better system stability and security. Currently, the update is rolling out in several European countries. [Source]
- Software versions:
- Galaxy S10e – G970FXXSDFUI5
- Galaxy S10 – G973FXXSDFUI5
- Galaxy S10 Plus – G975FXXSDFUI5
- Galaxy S10 5G – G977BXXSAFUI5
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 getting May 2022 security update in Canada
Article first published on June 06, 2021
Last August, Samsung launched its last Note lineup, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. At the Unpacked event, the company announced that all the Galaxy flagships launched with Android 9 or later will get three years of Android upgrade support!
Debuted with Android 10-based One UI 2.5, the Galaxy Note 20 range entered the Android 11/One UI 3 beta trial last October. In December 2020, Samsung released the stable One UI version 3.0 via a software update, followed by One UI 3.1 in February 2021.
Although the Galaxy Note 20 series received its first Android OS upgrade in the form of Android 11, it is officially confirmed to get two more major updates up to Android 13. And Samsung also committed to delivering four years of regular security updates from the date of the device’s initial release.
Here we will cover every major and minor software update that will arrive for the Galaxy Note 20 series flagships.
Stay tuned here: Samsung One UI 4.1 Update Tracker
November 09, 2021
Samsung announced the One UI 4 Beta program based on Android 12 for the Galaxy Note 20 series in Europe. Accordingly, the company has already started rolling out the One UI 4 Beta 1 for the Galaxy Note 20 series devices in Europe. Read more
November 03, 2021
Samsung released the November 2021 security patch for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra smartphone users in Europe and the US. Still, we are waiting for the Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta announcement that could happen this month.
October 13, 2021
Samsung started sending the October 2021 security patch update for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone users in several European countries. [Source]
May 06, 2021
Samsung released Dual Recording camera mode for Galaxy Note 20 alongside May 2021 security patch in Korea. Read more here
February 18, 2021
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 One UI 3.1 update brings new smart camera features and more. Read more here
December 17, 2021
Samsung starts Android 11 One UI 3.0 global rollout for Galaxy Note 20. Read more here
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Samsung June 2022 Security Patch Update Tracker
Sooner than ever, Samsung officially began rolling out the June 2022 Android security patch update for its eligible Galaxy devices on May 23. No, it is not the Galaxy S22 series, but the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G that first received the latest security patch.
Samsung June 2022 security updates are meant to improve the security and stability of your device. Although the patch details will release in the first week of June, it is obvious that the company will be bringing fixes to lots of issues and exploits to further enhance the device performance.
Meanwhile, this is a dedicated Samsung June 2022 security update tracker. And, we’ll keep you upgraded with all details on Samsung’s June patch through this story. Inside, we’ll put every device that has received the June 2022 Android security update.
Samsung June 2022 Security Updates
Galaxy Z Series
Galaxy S Series
Galaxy Note Series
Galaxy A Series
Galaxy M Series
Galaxy F series
Galaxy Tab Series
Galaxy X Cover Series