Is your Samsung Galaxy device received the January 2023 update? Check out now

With the start of 2023, Samsung has started distributing the latest firmware update to Galaxy devices in the form of a January 2023 security update. The Korean giant is aggressively working towards and expanding the update to regions day by day. The company has served the latest update to several Galaxy devices till now. Let’s discuss it more and find out whether your device has received this update or not

What will the January 2023 update bring for your Galaxy devices?

The January 2023 security patch update has several fixes, which Google and Samsung include. In detail, there are 52 patches added by Google which are marked as High priority. Along with these, Samsung has also included 20 other patches which are specially designed for its Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the update may carry some different features for the devices because, as per the observing few updates of Galaxy devices, it has been identified that the update brings some minor features as well that improve the overall performance and stability of the Galaxy devices.

Here is the list of updated Galaxy devices

Samsung always starts rolling out updates with its latest and flagship models, but in some cases, the company is unpredictable, and it expands the update to the device irrespective of their price range of availability. The same happened with the January 2023 update. The Korean giant is still serving the update for Galaxy devices.

Galaxy Z series

Nowadays, Samsung is treating the Galaxy Z series device as a new flagship device; the company has changed its update approach after introducing foldable devices. As per the past timelines, we found that Samsung is more dedicated to serving the update for these devices. Most of the time, the company has started serving the updates with Galaxy Z series devices, but this time the company has gone with another device for January 2023.

Only one foldable device has received the update so far, and January 2023 will make a debut in different regions.

Galaxy S series

Galaxy S series devices are the most anticipated device of Samsung. After introducing the fold series device, the Korean giant is still mainly focusing on the S series device and upgrades it every year with a new model; this year, the company is all set to unveil the Galaxy S23 device in early February. These devices still have more fans than any other series of devices. To make sure the security of S series devices, Samsung has timely updated them with the latest security update. Here you can check the list of S series devices.

  • Galaxy S22 / S22+ / S22 Ultra — S90xU1UES2BVL4 (Released first in the US)
  • Galaxy S21 / S21+ / S22 Ultra — G99xBXXS5DVL3 (Released first in Switzerland)
  • Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra – G98xFXXSFGWA7 ( Europe)
  • Galaxy S10 /S10+/S10e – G97xFXXSGHWA3 ( Europe)
  • Galaxy S21FE – G990EXXS3DWA2 ( Brazil)

Galaxy Note series

Galaxy note series devices were the most stylish devices of their time. It is Samsung’s most successful series, but sadly we have to say goodbye to this series because the company has taken a strict step and stopped it to the Note 20 series device; however, the company has shifted all the features to the new S series devices. But the Korean giant hasn’t stopped the updates for the note series devices. Recently, the company rolled out the January 2023 update to these devices in several regions.

  • Galaxy Note 20 / Note 20 Ultra — N98xU1UES3GVL1 (Released first in the US) US: Available on Unlocked phones
  • Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ — N970FXXS8HVL3 (Released first in Switzerland)

Affordable Galaxy Smartphones (including Galaxy A, F, and M series)

At the time of the security update, Samsung doesn’t discriminate among the devices regarding their price range; the company properly releases the update for its mid-range devices at the ideal time. As of now, the company has released the January 2023 update for its several devices.

  • Galaxy A73 5G — A736BXXS2BVL3 (Released first in Malaysia)
  • Galaxy A10 — A105MUBS8CVL1 (Released first in South America)
  • Galaxy A51—- A515FXXU5GWA2 (Australia)

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