Less than a week ago, the South Korean tech giant has officially rolled out the July 2022 security update to the selected devices, starting with its home country South Korea. Many of you wondering why Samsung released the current patch with the midrange instead of the flagship devices. Yeah, you heard it right! Samsung releasing the July 2022 security patch to the mid-segment devices.
The new software update with firmware version G990EXXU2CVF1 arrives on the Galaxy 21 FE in Egypt and the Samsung Galaxy A23 grabbing the all-new update with the firmware version A235FXXU1AVF3 and the package size is 960MB (huge as compared to another segment).
Apart from the security patch, the company has also improved its several application which we have mentioned below.
- Samsung kids
- Samsung voice recorder
- Samsung notes
- Samsung members
- Samsung global notes
- Samsung Internet
- Samsung health
- Smart things
- Bug Fix
Samsung Galaxy A23 Update Screenshot:
Samsung S21 FE Update Screenshot:
The update itself doesn’t come with any fancy features or fixes either, but you can expect general improvements to your device’s security.
Samsung has officially released the July 2022 security details. As usual, you’ll get a notification to download the new OTA update in the coming days. However, you can check for it manually by navigating to the Settings app > Software update > Download and install.