Samsung has recently planned to postpone the One UI 5 beta program for the China market which was scheduled for August 23, 2022. Apart from the new One UI version the company is also rolling out the current month’s patch updates for its select Galaxy devices.
Now, according to the information, the Galaxy S10e, the Note 10, the Galaxy A7 from 2018, and the Galaxy S5 Neo from 2015 have also started receiving security patch updates in the Netherlands.
August 2022 Security Updates: Galaxy S10e, Note 10
Samsung has started rolling out the August 2022 security patch updates for the Galaxy S10e and Note 10 Plus users. The latest update is rolling out with the firmware version G970FXXSGHVH2 and N97*FXXU8HVGA respectively.
In addition to the August patch, the changelog also reports that “the overall stability of your device has been improved “.
Samsung older models Galaxy S5 Neo and A7 (2018) grabbed July 2022 Patch:
After the S10e and Note 10+, the company has also pushed out the July 2022 security patch updates for the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy S5 Neo. Both the devices are grabbing the month-old patch with the firmware versions A750FNXXU5CVG2 and G903FXXU2BVG3 respectively.
In addition, the update also includes the stability improvements that many other Galaxy devices have recently received. The S5 Neo also got the same GPS fix that we also saw on the Galaxy S7 and S8 last week.