Samsung’s software rollout speed has been impressive in recent months. Talking about the May 2022 security patch, the company has released it for dozens of Galaxy phones, so far. It includes phones from all categories – premium, mid-range, and budget. While Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy A23 have already picked up the May 2022 security patch, the rollout was just limited to specific regions, which is now expanding.
Last week, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series started receiving the May 2022 security patch. It was rolled out in the United States. Now, the update is available in some Asian and European countries, as per a report by Sammobile.
The latest software update for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ is rolling out in Malaysia and Switzerland with the firmware version N97xFXXU8HVE5. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is receiving the May security update in Switzerland tagged as N976BXXU8HVE5.
Alongside the premium Galaxy Note 10, a budget-friendly Galaxy A23 has also started receiving the May 2022 security patch update. Initially, the update was available in some European countries, now expanding to Germany and Russia. It can be identified via the One UI build version A235FXXU1AVE4.
The May 2022 security patch for Samsung Galaxy phones fixes numerous vulnerabilities to improve system security and privacy. In addition to a new security patch, the update might also include device stability improvements and fixes to some known issues.
If you’re a proud Galaxy Note or Galaxy A23 user residing in the specified regions, you should be getting the update anytime, if not received already. Alternatively, you can head to the Software Update section under the Settings app to check if the update is already available on your phone.