The South Korean OEM Samsung is literally taking the competition edge-to-edge in order to push the latest firmware update to its eligible devices on a priority basis. After releasing the One UI skin over Android 9.0 Pie, it seems that Samsung has stepped one row up and the Samsung Galaxy users become more comfortable or happier than before. As July 2020 is running, Android developers have released the latest July 2020 Android Security Patch Level and some of the OEMs are literally trying to deliver the latest patchset as early as possible. Samsung Galaxy devices are one of them and plenty of models has already started getting the July 2020 Security Patch update. So, let’s check out the update tracker.
Talking about the latest July 2020 Android Security Patch Level, it fixes a critical security vulnerability in the System component that could enable a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code within the context of a privileged process by using a specially crafted file.
It not only fixes the system security but also brings the system stability. Meanwhile, Samsung always provides some of the dedicated security fixes for their own One UI skin with each and every security patch version.
Samsung Galaxy July 2020 Security Patch Tracker
Here we’ve shared all the Samsung Galaxy devices that have already received the July 2020 patch update. In the coming few weeks, more Galaxy devices will be added to the list. So, let’s have a look.
|Device Model||Release Date||Software Version|
|Galaxy S20 [US Unlocked]||June 25, 2020||G988U1ES1ATFB|
|Galaxy S20 Plus [US Unlocked]||June 25, 2020||G988U1UESATFB|
|Galaxy S20 Ultra [US Unlocked]||June 25, 2020||G988U1OYM1ATFB|
|Galaxy S10e||June 30, 2020||G970FXXS7CTF3|
|Galaxy S10||June 30, 2020||G973FXXS7CTF3|
|Galaxy S10 Plus||June 30, 2020||G975FXXS7CTF3|
|Galaxy Z Flip||June 29, 2020||F700FXXS2ATF3|
|Galaxy A50||June 29, 2020||A505FNXXU5BTF5|
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