Live July Update for the Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite from Samsung

A different Samsung gadget gets the July 2022 Android security patch today. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite and the Galaxy S10 Lite, respectively, are the two of them that are receiving the new security update today. The most recent security patch is now available for the two reasonably priced Galaxy flagships in Europe. Over the next few days, the changes ought to spread to other markets.

The Galaxy Note 10 Lite’s July SMR (Security Maintenance Release) is currently rolling out for French users. The update has firmware N770FXXS8GVF4 as part of it. begun has begun the Galaxy S10 Lite’s launch in Spain. G770FXXS6GVG1 is the new firmware version for this phone. Both devices are only detecting the vulnerability fixes for this month. But there are lots of those. The July SMR, according to Samsung’s most recent security bulletin, contains solutions for more than 60 vulnerabilities, some of which are significant.

As previously said, the most recent update for the Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite should soon cross national borders and enter more European nations. Within the next few weeks or so, the new SMR would finally be available on phones all throughout the world.

Advertisement REACHES SAMSUNG’S LITE-BRANDED GALAXY PHONES IN JULY SECURITY UPDATE Five months after the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10, both of which have already received the July SMR, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite were released. With the Lite versions, Samsung aimed to make premium features, like the S Pen, accessible to a wider audience. They are less expensive than the standard Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 versions, but as is to be expected, they also include some concessions, like a less robust S Pen.

But up until now, Samsung has given both phones reliable software support. Even after two years on the market, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite are still receiving monthly security updates. The devices, which debuted with Android 10, have also seen two significant Android 11 and Android 12 updates. They ought to work fine with Android 13 as well. The significant update might be released in early 2023 or at the end of current year.

If you use one of these phones, keep an eye out for the July security patch in the interim. As soon as the OTA (over the air) deployment reaches your device, you will receive a notification. From the Settings app’s Software update option, you can also manually check for updates. To check if an OTA update is available for you, tap the Download and install option.


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