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Samsung November 2022 update rolling out to Galaxy devices

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Samsung debuted November 2022 security update for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 on October 26. It’s now common in Samsung’s ecosystem that Galaxy devices start to receive new security updates even before the beginning of the new month.

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The November 2022 security update arrived with a One UI 5.0 Beta firmware for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphones in India. Meanwhile, the company will start its deployment for more Galaxy phones and tablets on the Stable channel as well.

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October is undoubtedly a big month for Samsung as it began the rollout of Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software for the Galaxy S22 series. According to the schedule revealed a few days back, several Galaxy phones and tablets are ready to receive the major OS upgrade in November and December.

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Also, read | Samsung beats Google once again, rolls out November 2022 patch!

Below, you can check all the latest news of Samsung’s November 2022 security patch update rollout for Galaxy devices.

Samsung November 2022 Update News

Updated on December 5

December 5 | Samsung Galaxy A53 is the latest recipient of the November 2022 Android security patch update in Europe.

December 5 | Samsung is delivering the November 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy A12 smartphones.

November 30 | Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphones are receiving a new update with November 2022 security patch.

November 29 | Galaxy Buds 2 users can install the November 2022 update, which boosts the performance and security of the device.

November 29 | Samsung improves Galaxy Buds 2 Pro performance with November 2022 update

November 29 | November 2022 security update now live for Galaxy S20 FE 5G users

November 28 | Samsung rolling out November 2022 update for Galaxy A32 5G users

November 25 | New update releasing for Samsung Galaxy A42 and M42 smartphones with November 2022 security update

November 24| Samsung Galaxy S21 grabs November 2022 update in Korea.

November 24November 2022 update is now available for Galaxy Note 20 users in UAE.

November 24 | Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro getting November 2022 update with new Ball Watch Face.

November 23 | The latest November 2022 security update is rolling out for Samsung Galaxy M53 smartphones with lots of issues and vulnerability fixes.

November 23 | The Korean company is dispatching the November 2022 Android security patch update for Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ tablets.

November 23 | Samsung has begun rolling out the November 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy F62 smartphones in India.

November 23 | Samsung’s November 2022 Android security patch update is releasing for Galaxy A71 smartphones.

November 23 | Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is installing the most up-to-date November 2022 Android security patch alongside a new software update.

November 23 | November 2022 Android security patch update is rolling out for the two-year-old Galaxy flagship smartphone – Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

November 23 | Samsung introduces the November 2022 Android security patch for the Galaxy S20 FE customers. It addresses multiple issues and vulnerabilities.

November 23 | Samsung Galaxy A52 smartphone users are getting the November 2022 Android security patch as well as the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 features.

November 17 | Samsung released a new firmware update with November 2022 security patch for the Galaxy S20 series devices.

November 17 | Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is the latest recipient of the November 2022 Android security patch update in Europe, with users in Switzerland getting the update first.

November 17 |Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series is receiving the November 2022 Android security patch Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in India.

November 17 | Carrier-locked models of Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra smartphones have begun collecting the November 2022 Android security patch update in the US.

November 15 | Samsung has now started rolling out the second Android 13/One UI 5-based firmware update for the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra smartphone users

November 14 | Samsung just started to release the November 2022 update for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus devices in Germany.

November 14 | Samsung starts releasing November 2022 security patch for the Galaxy A10e smartphone users in South Korea as part of its biannual firmware distribution promise.

November 11 | Samsung released the November 2022 Android security update for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra in the US.

November 11 | Consumers in the US confirmed the availability of the November 2022 patch for their Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ smartphones.

November 11 | Samsung is releasing the November 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone users.

November 10 | Samsung released the November 2022 security update for the Fan Edition model of the Galaxy S21 lineup in Brazil. The device owners are also waiting for the major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 firmware update.

November 09 | The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra in the US have started to collect the latest November 2022 patch update, before upgrading to the One UI 5.0.

November 07 | Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 users are getting November 2022 update in the US. The new update comes with One UI version F711U1TBS3EVJ2 and F926U1TBS2DVJ1 for Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3.

October 28 | Samsung kicked off the third One UI 5.0 Beta update for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone users in India, which also includes the latest November 2022 Android security patches.

October 27 | Samsung rolled out November 2022 security patch early to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 with the second One UI 5.0 Beta update in India.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Samsung rolling out game streaming to 2021 Smart TV

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Samsung 2021 Smart TV Gaming Update

Samsung Gaming officially announced that it is rolling out game streaming for 2021 smart TV models. Earlier this year, the company introduced Gaming Hub cloud-based gaming platform for select 2022 TV models, which is now expanding to the last year’s Smart TVs.

Through its official Twitter handle, Samsung Gaming confirmed that 2021 Smart TV models gaining the ability of your favorite game streaming services. The eligible global TV models include QN800A, QN850A, QN900A, WS1A, QN700A, LS03A, AU7000, AU8000, AU9000, QN95A-QN85A, and Q80A-Q50A.

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Besides, 98QN90A, 32Q60A, and all sizes of Q70A and AU8000 are the US only variants that are getting the game streaming service. If you have one of these Smart TVs, congrats, you can now connect compatible favorite controllers and start playing from Samsung’s amazing lineup of game streaming services.

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Presently, you can play a wide variety of games on Xbox, Nvidia GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and Utomik, while Blacknut and Antstream are coming in 2023. To find these services on your 2021 Samsung Smart TV, please go to the App Store from the home screen.

Samsung Smart TV Gaming Controllers

You can use the most popular Bluetooth or USB-wired controllers: Microsoft Xbox Series X/S controllers, Xbox One controller, Xbox 360 controller, Xbox Elite Wireless controller Series 2, Xbox Adaptive Controller, PlayStation DualShock 4 and DualSense controllers, Amazon Luna controller, Nvidia Shield controller, Logitech F310, F510 and F710 controllers, PowerA MOGA XP5-X Plus Bluetooth controller, Joytron CYVOX DX.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 hacked twice in Pwn2Own hacking contest

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We just covered a severe factory reset bug in Galaxy devices, while, Samsung’s latest Galaxy S22 flagship smartphone was hacked twice during the first day of the Pwn2Own Toronto 2022 hacking competition. Two contestants namely STAR Labs and Chim managed to hack the S22 third and second attempts.

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According to the info (via BleepingComputer), at Pwn2Own Toronto 2022 hacking competition, the team of STAR Labs became the first to successfully exploit a zero-day on the Galaxy S22 flagship device by executing their improper input validation attack, and won $50,000 and 5 Master of Pwn points.

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Moreover, Chim, another contestant, also demoed a successful exploit targeting the Galaxy S22. Chim was able to execute an improper input validation attack and won $25,000 along with 5 Master of Pwn points. The reward amount is half since Chim got successful in the second round on the same device.

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STAR Labs was able to execute their improper input validation attack on their 3rd try against the Samsung Galaxy S22. They earn $50K and 5 Master of Pwn points.

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Chim was able to execute their improper input validation attack against the Samsung Galaxy S22. They earn $25K (round 2) and 5 Master of Pwn points.

Pwn2Own Toronto 2022

2022 marks the 10th anniversary of Pwn2Own Toronto 2022, a consumer-focused hacking competition. For this year’s event, Pwn2Own Toronto has 26 contestants and teams attempting to exploit 66 targets across multiple categories, which also includes Samsung flagships.

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Here’s how Samsung ISOCELL Camera evolved to make mobile photography advanced

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Samsung ISOCELL Camera Photography

Multiple smartphone brands nowadays use Samsung’s ISOCELL camera. These image sensors redefine digital imaging, revolutionizing mobile photography while providing secure mobility solutions. Recently, Samsung itself explained how the ISOCELL camera evolved to make mobile photography so advanced.

We save our memories through pictures and videos on smartphones but our phones carry limited storage and naturally, a smaller device requires pixels that make the image sensor behind each picture so tiny.

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At once, packing too many tiny pixels into each image sensor to ensure high quality leads to color crosstalk, which occurs when light leaks into adjacent pixels, and degrades the definition of images.

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Samsung ISOCELL Camera Photography

Meanwhile, Samsung is solving this problem with its ISOCELL pixel technology. Samsung ISOCELL camera enables the smartphone to produce ultra-high-quality photos even in dark environments, taking mobile photography to next level.

Advancement of ISOCELL pixel technology: Improved image quality with greater light absorption – 

Processing light is one of the most important parts when it comes to high-quality photos. Samsung’s ISOCELL pixel technology was introduced to process and absorb more light than its traditional BSI pixels. In fact, it has reduced color crosstalk between pixels by approximately 30% and increased overall efficiency where each pixel stores up to 30% more light.

Samsung continues to refine the technology, and to improve image quality even further, the new ISOCELL technology replaces the metal grid between the color filters with a more reflective material. This innovation helps reduce optical loss and increase light sensitivity.

Samsung ISOCELL Camera Photography

By increasing light sensitivity, the smaller pixels in the sensor are able to absorb more light and brighter photos with even greater detail and less noise result. Whereas, to reduce optical loss in even smaller pixels, the company adopted a new merged grid array, which removed the grids between filters of similar chromaticity, thus increasing the light-absorbing area in each pixel.

The new ISOCELL solution also introduced a new material for the thin color filter to optimize the focus of the ultra-fine pixels. Recently, Samsung has advanced photosensitivity by improving the structure of the photodiode. These innovations in small-pixel technology allow ISOCELL to fully harness the power of micro-pixels.

Pixel Binning Technology: Experience crisp pictures even in dark conditions –

Due to the limitation of smaller pixel sizes, the light absorbed by such smaller pixels may be less. This presents a significant challenge when it comes to producing high-quality photos, especially in dark settings.

In the meantime, Samsung Pixel Binning technology allows smaller pixels to mimic larger pixels by combining some neighboring pixels into one. Samsung’s TetraPixel, NonPixel, and Tetra² pixel technologies merge four, nine, and sixteen pixels, respectively, to allow our smartphones to produce ultra-high quality photos, no matter the lighting conditions.

Samsung ISOCELL Camera Photography

For example, when you take a photo in a dark environment, Tetra² pixel technology combines 16 pixels into one large pixel to capture more light for brighter images. Conversely, when it’s bright, the Re-mosaic algorithm rearranges the pixel array for higher image resolution, resulting in crisper, detailed images.

Of all the incredible capabilities of Samsung smartphones, one of the most notable is the ability to meet the growing demand for high-resolution photos. These lets users experience clear, detailed photos with small, yet powerful pixels through the ISOCELL mobile image sensor.

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