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These Samsung Galaxy phones receiving the January 2023 security update



Samsung Galaxy S21 FE March 2023 update

Samsung started rolling out January 2023 security patch to eligible Galaxy devices with new firmware update. The latest security patch brings fixes for 52 high levels of CVEs for the Android operating system along with about 20 SVEs for the One UI software.

For Galaxy Note 10 series, Samsung initially debuted the January 2023 Android security patch, which is continuously expanding to more and more devices. Since software update rollout happens gradually, availability may vary by region or network carrier.

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Your Galaxy device will notify you about the new software update, as soon as it grabs. Meanwhile, it’s quite easy to check for new OTA manually. You just need to navigate to system Settings, then Software update, followed by Download and install.

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One UI 5

First debuted on October 24, Samsung’s latest One UI 5 software has already started to rollout on nearly all eligible Galaxy phones and tablets. According to official status, the company rolled out Stable Android 13 update for over 46 Galaxy device models as of December 9, worldwide.

The new firmware update brought new visual effects and improved system animations. For the user interface, there are new tools so you can customize the lock screen and home screen easily. And the Material You design language now applies even better across One UI elements.

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One UI 5.1

Next month, Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S23 flagship smartphones. Hardware aside, the upcoming phones are likely to run the new One UI 5.1 software iteration, based on the Android 13 OS. The company might start rolling out One UI 5.1 update by the end of February or early March 2023.

Samsung January Updates

Samsung devices that initially started getting January 2023 security patch:

Jan. 28

  • A33 5G

Jan. 27

  • M53 5G

Jan. 26

  • Note 10 Lite
  • S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra [India]
  • A53 5G [Europe]

Jan. 25

  • S21, Note 20 and S20 series [USA]
  • A52s 5G (Repair mode) [Europe]
  • S10 LIte
  • S20 FE

Jan. 21 [Verizon USA]

  • S22 series
  • S20 FE
  • Fold 2/3/4
  • Flip 3/4
  • A53

Jan. 20

  • A72
  • S10 5G
  • S20 FE
  • XCover Pro
  • XCover 5

Jan. 19

  • M42 5G
  • A31
  • A52s 5G [Repair Mode]

Jan. 18

  • A50 [Latin America]
  • S10 Lite [Spain]
  • Z Fold 4 [Europe]
  • Z Fold 3 [Argentina, Brazil]
  • Z Flip 4
  • Z Flip 3

Jan. 17

  • M31 [India]
  • A52s 5G [South Korea]
  • A73 [Brazil]
  • A52 LTE/5G

Jan. 14

  • S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra [T-Mobile]

Jan. 13

  • A73 5G [Asia | 2nd OTA]
  • S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra [Europe | France]
  • S10e, S10 and S10+ [Europe | Switzerland]
  • S21 FE [Brazil]

Jan. 12

  • S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra [Exynos]

Jan. 10

  • M13 5G [India]

Jan. 08

  • A51 LTE [Australia]

Jan. 07

  • S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra [US Verizon]

Jan. 06

  • S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra [US Unocked]

Jan. 05

  • Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra [US Unlocked]
  • S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra [Germany]

Jan. 04

  • A10 [South America]
  • Z Flip LTE and Z Flip 5G [United Kingdom]

Jan. 03

  • A73 5G [Malaysia]
  • S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra [Switzerland]

Jan. 02

  • Note 10 and Note 10 Plus [Switzerland]

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues 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.


Samsung ushers Advanced 3D Package tech that’s rocking the world



Samsung 3D Advanced Chip Package

In the past, semiconductor firms including Samsung have developed products focusing on how much smaller and more transistors can be integrated into a chip of the same size. Earlier, “Gordon Moore” predicted that ‘the density of semiconductors doubles every 24 months’, and this is the well-known “Moore’s Law.”

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‘Moore’s Law’ has changed little by little following the speed of semiconductor technology development, but has been followed for more than 50 years. As the era of smartphones, mobile Internet, AI, and Big Data has arrived, the required computing power is rapidly increasing.

Since the pace of progress and innovation in semiconductor technology has slowed, the miniaturization of semiconductor processes has reached its physical limit, so the rate of increase in integration has slowed. In other words, ‘Moore’s Law’ is approaching its limit.

Samsung’s “Beyond Moore” approach

Industry wants a versatile semiconductor that integrates various functions into one. As the process is miniaturized, there is a problem that analog performance deteriorates, and it is true that it is difficult to efficiently respond to these demands only with process miniaturization based on Moore’s Law.

Through advanced Heterogeneous Integration technology that connects multiple semiconductors horizontally and vertically, it is possible to integrate more transistors in a smaller semiconductor package, and a more powerful performance that surpasses the performance of each. can provide.

Research institutes show that the high-tech package market is expected to record high growth at a CAGR of 9.6% from 2021 to 2027. Particularly, 2.5D and 3D packages using heterogeneous integration technology are expected to grow by more than 14% annually.

Samsung 3D Advanced Chip Package

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Samsung helps Porsche revive the legend of 1952 with The Wall



Samsung Porsche The Wall

Recently, Samsung and Porsche held a car unveiling event at the “Porsche Center Santa Fe” in Mexico on The Wall. At the event, Porsche unveiled the “911 Carrera Panamericana Special” using Samsung “The Wall” display.

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At this event, Samsung The Wall was used to provide participants with a high-resolution and large-scale immersive viewing experience, maximizing the visual effect at the moment the vehicle was unveiled.

The highlight of the event was, of course, the unveiling of the limited edition ‘ 911 Carrera Panamericana Special’, launched to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Porsche sports car.

The video showing the process from the first Porsche model that successfully completed the legendary 1952 “Panamericana Mexico” racing competition to the present left a deep impression on the participants.

Samsung Porsche The Wall

The video was screened on The Wall’s all-in-one super-large screen, and the story commemorating Porsche’s historic achievements in traditional long-distance endurance races over several days was evaluated to have been further enhanced with the lively colors of The Wall.

“For Samsung, it has been an honor to partner with Porsche in creating this event which showcases the highest quality image technology available in the Mexican market,” said Ana Laura Lira, director of B2B sales at Samsung Electronics Mexico.

Samsung Porsche The Wall

Know Samsung’s The Wall

The Wall can be installed in a modular form, so it can be placed in any design you want regardless of shape, proportion, or size. In addition, The Wall at this event provided a highly immersive experience by eliminating the boundary between the screen and the wall through a near-zero bezel.

The Wall boasts a high standard not only in size but also in terms of image quality. The “Neural Quantum Processor” installed in The Wall analyzes, optimizes, and displays images, and the “Black Seal” technology controls the contrast ratio and details to express a near-perfect black color.

Moreover, Samsung’s premium display is packed with “Ultra Chroma” technology to enable intense and natural color production, and the narrower color wavelength implements more accurate colors than existing LED displays, providing a realistic viewing experience.

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Samsung launches Galaxy M54 with 4 Android/One UI updates, 108 megapixel camera



Samsung Galaxy M54 5G

Samsung silently launches the Galaxy M54 5G smartphone for consumers in the Middle East. For the first time, The company is bringing four years of Android/One UI update support to a Galaxy M series device, starting with the Galaxy M54 5G.

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In terms of optics, Samsung’s new mid-range beast features a 108-megapixel main camera with OIS, an 8-megapixel ultrawide, a 2-megapixel macro shooter, and a 32-megapixel selfie snapper. It’s worth mentioning that the M54’s signing – A54 – brings a primary camera of 50-megapixel.

Samsung Galaxy M54 5G

The new Galaxy M54 smartphone is equipped with a 6.7-inch 1080×2400 120 Hz Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 5. It’s powered by Samsung’s own made Exynos 1380 chipset, which is paired with 8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of expandable storage.

Besides its octa-core Exynos SoC, the new Samsung mid-ranger flaunts Wi-Fi 6 technology, letting you unleash your potential. With faster Wi-Fi speeds, seamless multitasking becomes possible on the new Galaxy M54 such as playing online games, sharing files, or both at the same time.

Apart from this, the device packs a large 6,000 mAh battery, which can be charged at up to 25W. Out of the box, the M54 runs Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software, which brings great new personalization tools and plenty of useful features to increase productivity.

  • Available Colors: 1) Silver, 2) Dark Blue.

Samsung has not yet officially launched the Galaxy M54 5G smartphone, however, it’s listed on the Middle East purchase page. You can expect more details about price and Asian availability in the coming days, and we will notify you of further updates.

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