Samsung’s February 2022 security patch is gradually reaching more devices. Galaxy S10 Lite is the company’s latest phone to receive the newest security patch. The rollout was started two weeks ago and has already reached Galaxy Note 20 series, S20 series, Galaxy A50s, and a couple more.
The latest software update for Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite brings the February security patch, which carries the firmware version G770FXXS6FVA2. For now, it is rolling out in Spain and should not take too long to start expanding in more regions.
Samsung recently announced the details of the February security patch, according to which, it fixes 2 critical, 29 high, and 15 moderate levels of vulnerabilities. The OTA update for Galaxy S10 Lite might also include general bug fixing and device stability improvements.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite users in Spain are reportedly receiving the February update. We can expect the update to reach more regions in the coming days. Meanwhile, you can manually go to the Software Update section under the Settings app to check for the latest update.
Thanks to Samsung’s impressive software update rollout, the Galaxy S10 Lite users got the chance to taste Android 12 at the beginning of this year. This was the second major OS upgrade as the device was launched back in 2020 with Android 10 out of the box.