Not surprisingly, Samsung started releasing a new software update for the Galaxy S10 flagship series. The latest update comes with improvements for system security and includes a number of new CVE fixes and further enhancements.
According to the info, the new Galaxy S10 series update installs the latest July 2021 security patch. Users can identify this update via PDA version numbers: G970FXXSBFUF3, G973FXXSBFUF3, and G975FXXSBFUF3 for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ respectively.
However, it is an initial release in the Czech Republic, it may take some time to become available for every Galaxy S10 model internationally. In addition, the company is yet to release the July 2021 security patch details, which will arrive in the first week of next month.
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More Galaxies to join soon
After the Galaxy S10 series, the Korean tech giant should not take too much time to expand the latest July 2021 security update to more flagship and mid-range phones such as the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy S21 series as well as Galaxy A51, Galaxy A71, Galaxy A52 and more.
It’s worth mentioning that Samsung has impressively upgraded its software development mechanism that is helping the OEM to release new updates ahead of any other brand including Google. Meanwhile, the alleged decision to cancel the One UI 3.5 will surely help Samsung for rapid Android 12 rollout.