The Galaxy S20 devices are receiving the November 2022 update; yes, you read it right; the update is now rolling out on the T-Mobile network for the locked variants. However, the unlock variants have received the November 2022 update way before, and currently, they have been updated to December 2022 update. Earlier, Samsung also updated the Galaxy Z Fold4, Fold3, Flip4, Flip3, and Galaxy S21 series to the December 2022 security patch (Here’s our dedicated article).
T-Mobile Galaxy S20 November 2022 Security Update In The US
Users who own Galaxy S20 series devices can identify the latest update by the firmware version number G981USQU3GVK5, G986USQU3GVK5, and G988USQU3GVK5 for Galaxy S20 general, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 ultra respectively. It is also noticeable that the device has received the November 2022 update with the Android 13 update, and it has received the new update on the same name. Let’s find out why it is receiving the same update a second time.
· Device stability improvements, bug fixes.
· New and / or enhanced features.
· Further improvements to performance.
November 2022 security update details
The November 2022 security includes several patches, which are added by Google and Samsung both, which provides extra protection to your device by fixing various security vulnerabilities. As per Samsung’s official documentation, it also comes with some system-level improvements that give your device more stability as well as enhance its performance. As it was received previously with Android 13 but is again available for the second time, it may carry some extra improvements and stability features for optimizing the Android 13 software on the device.
The Galaxy S20 series was launched in 2020 and came with Android 10 on board; it was introduced way before the official announcement of four Android updates. Samsung released an official confirmation in early 2022 that the upcoming phones will be eligible for four Android updates. So the Galaxy S20 device is now out of the league from the Android update and limited to the Android 13, which was received in November. However, the device is still eligible for more security updates in the future.
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