Samsung has started sending the November 2021 security patch to the Galaxy S10 Lite via the latest software update. It is reportedly rolling out in Spain with the firmware version G770FXXS6EUK1.
The November 2021 security patch fixes over a dozen of system security and privacy-related vulnerabilities, thus making the device more secure. It is a minor security patch and is unlikely to bring major changes like UI changes, performance improvements, or new features. However, it might include general bug fixing and device stability improvements.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite users in Spain have already started receiving the new OTA update. Soon, it will expand to other regions where the device has been launched. Users waiting for the update can manually check the status by heading to Settings >> Software updates.
Samsung is doing a great job when it comes to rolling out software updates. This week, the company also started pushing the stable One UI 4.0 update to Galaxy S21 series. Hopefully, it will reach more devices in the coming weeks.
Galaxy S10 Lite is a premium mid-range smartphone from the South Korean giant, which was launched last year. It came with Android 10 OS and this year, the company upgraded it to Android 11 OS. The device is also eligible for the Android 12 upgrade, which will be rolled out in January 2022.