Recently an update has been seen for the Note 10 Lite in the Europe region in France. The update comes with the firmware build no. N770FXXS8GVF4, the much-awaited July patch, was released to its big brothers, and now Galaxy Note 10 Lite is the one to receive it, finally.
This update comes with the FOTA build no. N770FXXS8GVF4 addressed over 50 software security vulnerabilities, in addition to various bugs improvement for the operating system.
This program upgrade gives execution advancements and the most recent Android security patches for the device, bearing two standard improvements;
- Overall stability of functions improved.
- The security of the device has been improved.
The Google patch fixes many vulnerabilities known as CVEs, over 50 and along with Samsung’s Security Maintenance Release (SMR) for the device-specific UI improvements to counter over 70 malware and other security-privacy-related vulnerabilities.
Android 12 and One UI 4.1 are now installed on the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. This year, the smartphone is anticipated to receive one final significant operating system update to Android 13 with One UI 5.0. But until 2024, Samsung is still anticipated to offer security upgrades for the device.
If you own a Galaxy Note 10 Lite, it’s possible that when the July package becomes available in Europe, your smartphone will automatically receive it. However, you can manually check to see if the update is downloadable by going to “Settings,” selecting “Software Update,” and tapping “Install.”