Samsung rolls out January 2023 security update for Galaxy Z Fold 2 in Australia

Samsung always prefer its high-end devices for new firmware updates, and due to this, most of the time company updates them in the early stage of the update rolling-out session, but due to server limitation company is unable to fulfill these criteria worldwide at the same time, so we users have to for a long because company expands the update region-wise gradually. The same is happening with the Galaxy Z Fold 2 device.

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is now receiving the January 2023 security update in Australia. The update can be identified by version number F916BXXU2IWA3. It is worth noticing that the device has already received the same update in other regions, including the US. However, the update is expected to expand to other regions soon.

The January 2023 security patch

It is the latest security update that Google has introduced for Android smartphones. The update includes several patches which fix a lot of system vulnerabilities. There are 52 patches added by Google marked as High priority; along with these, Samsung has also included 20 other patches specially designed for its Galaxy devices.

Moreover, the update is a kind of device maintenance. It brings several improvements that ultimately enhance the performance and stability of the device. So it is beneficial to update the device as soon as possible to introduce the update.

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is the second generation device of the Fold series Samsung. It was launched in 2020 and came with Android 10 out of the box. However, it has now upgraded to Android 13. Still, the device is no longer eligible for any other major Android update because the device was launched at the time when Samsung promised three Android updates to its devices. In contrast, the device should get some more firmware updates related to security in the future.

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