Samsung Galaxy A72 and Galaxy M10 are the company’s latest devices to receive April 2021 security patch update. The company has even started sending May 2021 security patch but it is not done yet releasing April 2021 security patch.
As per the information, the latest update for Galaxy A72 is rolling out in dozens of markets with firmware version A725FXXU1AUD2. On the other hand, Galaxy M10 is receiving its latest update in Malaysia and Vietnam with firmware versions M105GDXS6CUD6 and M105GDXS6CUD4 respectively. Samsung’s April 2021 security patch fixes 30 CVE’s from Google and 21 CVE’s from Samsung that improves system security.
Notably, the latest package for Galaxy A72 weighs 1025MB in size, which is enormous for a security patch update. Leaving the changelog aside, we expect the update to brings some new features or improvements, based on the package size. To manually check for the latest update on any Samsung smartphone, navigate to Settings >> Software updates and then tap on “Download and install“.
The Galaxy M10 was launched back in February 2019 with Android 8.1 (Oreo) out of the box. Later on, it received two major OS upgrades and currently running Android 10. Unfortunately, the Galaxy M10 may not get the Android 11 update. Galaxy A72 was launched with Android 11 based One UI 3.1 skin and is eligible to receive the next major OS update, Android 12.