Recently, Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series, 5G and LTE variants, and Galaxy A72 have received the June security patch. Only Galaxy S20 FE has not received the update; for now, it’s a matter of time before other parts will soon receive this patch.
Samsung has been a little slow regarding updates this month but is now covering up. This month’s update fixes the security and privacy-related issues and comes with a Google security patch and UI tweaking.
Galaxy S20 trio has received this update in Switzerland EU. Following are the Galaxy S20 series variants and can be identified with their June firmware update version, respectively-
- Galaxy S20: G981FXXSEFVE6
- Galaxy S20+: G986FXXSEFVE6
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: G988FXXSEFVE6
- Galaxy S20: G981BXXSEFVE6
- Galaxy S20+: G986BXXSEFVE6
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: G988BXXSEFVE6
As for Galaxy A72 has also been equipped with the June update with firmware update build no. A725FXXU4BVE3; this update was rolled out in Malaysia and is expected to be released in the other part of Asia soon.
Galaxy A72 was released last year in March, and the Galaxy S20 series in March 2020. Galaxy A72 most likely will get the upcoming significant updates for both OneUI and android OS as part of Samsungs four year software update policy and is a recently launched device.
As for the Galaxy S20 series, it will most probably get only the next OneUI and android update.
According to Samsung’s and Google’s report, its June 2022 security patch fixes dozens of vulnerabilities related to user privacy and data security, such as SIM card data access, remote code execution, improper access controls, MAC address information, camera access, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Samsung account, etc. and improvements in native or stock apps. It fixes system lag and App crashes and improves overall system stability for the Galaxy S20 trio and Galaxy A72.
The update is for security and privacy fix but is not limited to it, and it can also include general bug fixes and device stability improvements. This update brings only security level updates resolved by Google and UI-related fixes by Samsung. Users can see the security fixes in the link. Users can check for the latest software update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install or turning auto-updates or notifications on in your device’s settings.
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