Samsung has been surprisingly good with rolling out security updates, at least in 2022. The South Korean giant is again the first to release the July 2022 security patch. Nothing to surprise here as the company has been doing this for quite a few months now. It’s the mid-range Galaxy A32 getting the fresh update with the July 2022 security patch.
The latest software update for the Galaxy A32 is currently rolling out in South Korean. To be more specific, it’s available for the LTE variant of the device that carries SM-A325N model number. The latest One UI build can be identified by the firmware version A325NKSU1BVF2.
The latest incremental update for the Galaxy A32 weighs 944.76MB in size. It mainly brings the July 2022 security patch that should improve the device security and privacy. In addition to this, the update brings new updates to many stock applications. The device is also getting system stability improvements for a better user experience. As of now, we don’t know about the vulnerabilities getting patched with the July security patch as Samsung usually discloses this detail in the first week of the month.
If you’re rocking Galaxy A32 (LTE) in South Korea, the update may hit your device anytime soon, if you have not received it already. Again, the update is rolling out in batches. Hence, it may take a couple of days to reach users. In case the update notification hasn’t reached your phone yet, navigate to Settings > Software update to manually check if it’s already available for installation.
Samsung released the mid-range Galaxy A32 LTE last year with Android 11 out of the box. In May, the device secured its first major Android OS update in the form of Android 12 with One UI 4.1.