Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 July 2022 Firmware Update: USA Locked & Unlocked Variants

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 has received an update for July 2022. This update comes with a security level patch 2022-06-01 for Model no. 

SM-F916U1. The update comes with firmware no. F916USQS2HVF3 for the Locked carrier variant & F916U1UES2HVF6 for the Carrier unlocked variant in the US.

Galaxy Z Fold 2 July 2022 Firmware Update;

According to the changelog, this Android Security Patch Level: July 1 2022, brings the following improvements for both variants ;

  • Overall stability of functions improved.
  • The security of your device has been improved.
  • New and enhanced features have been introduced.
  • Further improvements to performance have been applied.

Overall stability and security of the device have been improved with this patch.

About The Device;

Galaxy Z Fold 2 was the first to introduce the Auto framing feature within the Camera app, which allowed users to shoot videos in Flex mode, i.e. hands-free, while the user or the subjects remained in focus as the Camera could detect when people would enter or leave the frame of view.

This fact shows that the device’s hardware still holds well in the market. After all, it was a flagship smartphone.

Released 2020, September 18, The Galaxy Z Fold 2 comes with an octa-core Qualcomm SD 865+ (7nm+) processor, a solid 6.23 inches screen, and a 25:9 screen ratio, Adreno 650 GPU, and comes out of the box with android 10 and One UI 3.1.1. upgradable to One UI 4.1 and android 12 currently and is eligible for the forthcoming major updates according to Samsung’s Software Support Update Support Policy.

How To Update;

If you are a Galaxy Z Fold 2 user, remember to turn on the notification for an update in your phone’s settings for this update. Samsung advises that to get the best from your device, please keep your device up to date and regularly check for software updates.

Users can also check for the latest software update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install or turning auto-updates or notifications in your device’s settings.

You can visit the links for more info on the update and a better understanding of resolved security & privacy issues from Samsung’s & Google’s monthly bulletin for security patches, as well as the changelog (which might not be updated, though).