Samsung releases a new firmware for Galaxy S10

Samsung has released the November 2022 update for Galaxy S10 series smartphones; users can identify the update by its build number as G970FXXUGHVK1, G973FXXUGHVK1, and G975FXXUGHVK1 for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus, respectively.

The November 2022 security update is available in Germany, and we assume it will be available in other European markets soon. The Galaxy S10 is a three-year-old device that came with Android 9 (pie) on board, and after some time, it got upgraded to Android 12 (One UI 4.1). Unfortunately, it doesn’t fit in the Samsung criteria for Android 13. However, it is still eligible for further security updates.

November 2022 security patch includes nearly 3 dozen fixes which are given by Google, as well as Samsung also added 26 SVE items for the Galaxy devices. These different patches include the resolution regarding previously reported issues.

According to the changelog, the latest update for Galaxy S10 includes some camera improvements. Moreover, it fixes the bugs which were creating problems with the camera. After this update, you will find that your inbuilt camera function will work more accurately. As we as it also includes the overall stability and reliability of the device.

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