On May 27, Samsung released the June 2021 security patch to the Galaxy S21 series devices in South Korea. Later on, the company has delivered this new One UI patch to the Galaxy Z Flip 5G phones in select regions, and now, it’s Galaxy Z Flip LTE’s turn to receive the same treatment.
According to the info, the South Korean tech giant is now expanding the June 2021 security patch to more compatible Galaxies as the Galaxy Z Flip LTE users begun grabbing it in select smartphone markets such as Israel, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and Taiwan.
If you own a Galaxy Z Flip device, then the new update has been arrived at you bearing firmware version F700FXXS5DUE1. However, the company has not yet disclosed the June 2021 security bulletin, which details the CVEs and several new fixes for the Galaxy device’s software system.
What about One UI 3.5 Update?
Over the past few months, Samsung upgraded the Galaxy Z Flip devices to the Android 11-based One UI 3.0, followed by One UI version 3.1. Still, this device is eligible to get updates up to Android 12-based One UI 4.x, but it will receive an incremental update in the form of One UI 3.5 in the near future.
Here’s how to check for the s/w updates manually!
- Open device Settings
- Select the Software updates menu
- Tap on Download and install.
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