Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite in Europe has begun to receive the latest update for Samsung smartphones, bringing the November 2020 Android security patch. This update does not contain any bug fixes, new features, and performance improvement. This update bears the firmware version G770FXXS3CTJ3.
This update is currently available in Spain and it fixes a number of security flaws in the Android OS and One UI software. It also fixes a vulnerability with the chipset, the Exynos 990 SoC, which is available in certain versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite.
Earlier in August, Samsung made it known that it will be delivering three years of updates for its flagship smartphones from the Galaxy S10 and beyond. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite in question launched in January this year, with reports also suggesting that this smartphone will get the Android 11 update.
As at the time of this report, there is no set timeline yet telling when this update will get to devices in regions like Africa and Asia.
Samsung has done an amazing job with their updates this year, ensuring that their flagship devices stay up-to-date all year round.
This post was written by Alfa Baye and was first posted to Mobility Areana