The newly released software includes the security patch for July 2022, which addresses a significant number of privacy and security flaws. It could possibly offer device performance improvements and enhanced stability.
In the United States, the update is now being rolled out on the networks of AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, and Xfinity Mobile. You can get the latest update and install it on your Galaxy Note 20 series phone by going to Settings > Software update and then clicking on the Download and install button.
A phased implementation of the over-the-air (OTA) update is currently underway for the airborne update. Therefore, it could be a few days before it is made available to all of the users in the United States. If you absolutely cannot wait for the update to become available for your device, you can manually download the firmware by making use of the Samfirm or Frija tool and then flash it on your phone manually.
In the latter half of 2020, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 20 series with Android 10. The Android 11 upgrade was released to the phones in the early part of 2021, while the Android 12 update was sent at the end of 2021. The series has been getting regular security patch updates from the company on regular basis.