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February 2024 update arrives on unlocked Galaxy S21 models in the US

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After Europe, Samsung has started rolling out the February 2024 security update for the Galaxy S21 series in the US. The update improves system security and stability to provide a better experience.

At the moment, unlocked models of Samsung Galaxy S21 are getting the February 2024 security update on all carrier networks in the US. The company will make it available for locked models in the coming days or weeks.

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Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra users can identify the latest security update through One UI build version G99xU1UESAFXAB. 

February 2024 Security Patch Details

The latest update includes patches from both Google and Samsung. The Google patches cover up to the Android Security Bulletin – February 2024 package, which contains 79 CVE items, of which 3 are leveled as critical and 76 as high.

On the other side, the Samsung patches include eight Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items, which are specific to Samsung’s devices and applications.

How to Update:

If you have received the notification of the update then install it now to get a bug-free experience. You can also check the update by visiting the Settings app on your smartphone and opening the Software Update section.

Now, click on the Download and install option. If any update is available, you can follow the on-screen instructions to install the update on your Galaxy smartphone.

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A game changer: Samsung to mass produce 2nm BSPDN semiconductor in 2026

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The semiconductor market is currently in motion, so several manufacturers including Intel, Samsung, TSMC, and more are competing to develop cutting-edge technologies to lead the tech world. On the other side, Samsung plans to mass produce a BSPDN semiconductor based on a 2nm process in 2026.

As per the information, Samsung gearing up to mass-produce a game-changer Backside Power Supply (BSPDN) technology with a 2nm process starting next year. The tech maker has also reduced the chip area by 10% and 19% and succeeded in improving chip performance and frequency efficiency to a single-digit level.

Previously, it was reported that Samsung Electronics would introduce rear power supply technology starting from the 1.7-nano process. But now the South Korean tech giant is expected to revise its roadmap and introduce the technology as early as next year when mass production of the 2-nano process begins.

To be mentioned, the rear power supply technology being developed by Samsung has achieved indicators that exceed the target in the initial stage. As Samsung delivered results exceeding target indicators from the beginning of development, it is highly likely that the commercialization date, originally scheduled for around 2027, will be brought forward.

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Furthermore, the backside power supply is a new semiconductor process that has yet to be commercialized. Therefore, to supply power to semiconductors, power supply lines have been placed on the top of the wafer where the circuit is drawn for convenience in the process.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 sales booming in Apple’s home turf

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Samsung has once again impressed the world with its Galaxy S24 series, which has achieved remarkable sales records in various markets including North America and Korea. This series is expected to sell more than 10 million units globally within one month of its release.

Especially in Apple’s home market North America, the Galaxy S24 series has successfully sold over 3.2 million units in the first month, setting a new sales record for Samsung in the region. This is Samsung’s highest sales figure in North America since the Galaxy S7 series in 2016.

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The Galaxy S24 series has also created a new record in South Korea, where it has sold more than 1 million units in just 28 days since its launch. This is the fastest sales record for any Samsung smartphone, surpassing the previous record of 37 days set by the Galaxy S8 series in 2017.

One of the main reasons for the popularity of the Galaxy S24 series is its innovative Galaxy AI feature, which enhances the user experience with various functions. Galaxy AI offers features such as Chat Assist, Live Translate, Interpreter, Circle to Search with Google, Note Assist, Browsing Assist, and Transcript Assist, and more.

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2024 TV model featuring Samsung Knox obtains CC security certification

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Samsung is working on the next generation of television and in the recent development, a 2024 TV model featuring Samsung Knox has received the CC security certification. By obtaining this CC certification, the upcoming Samsung TV has been recognized for its safe connectivity with the Samsung Nox Bolt.

It will further strengthen the standards for TV security in terms of software and hardware, providing users with a safe and accurate experience. By being verified for the stronger security features of Samsung Knox, the 2024 model Samsung TV once again proved its global security and reliability. 

To be mentioned, the CC certification is an international standard for assessing the security of products and is an evaluation certification mutually recognized by 31 countries around the world. Notably, this essential certification has verified three security functions of Samsung Nox that are:

  • Monitoring in real-time whether on Samsung TV running Tizen OS operating system, has been hacked.
  • Samsung Nox checks in advance whether the website you are trying to access using a web browser on your Samsung TV is a phishing site and blocks it.
  • Nox Bolt which is installed in Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV, keeps users sensitive and personal information protected.

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Vice President of Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business Division, said,

  • “Samsung Knox’s security features have become stronger and safer,” “We will continue to put the protection of our customers’ personal information as our top priority and apply the best security technology to our products.”

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