Samsung rolls out March 2023 update for Galaxy Note 20 in the US [Carrier-locked & Unlocked]

Samsung is performing outstandingly in terms of new updates, and nowadays, the company is rapidly serving the March 2023 security update to Galaxy devices. The update is now available in several countries for many smartphones and Tablets. 

Due to carrier restrictions, the users of Galaxy Note 20 waited a long time, but now the wait is over because the March 2023 update is now available on two more networks. The carrier-locked variant of Galaxy Note 20 is receiving the latest update on T-Mobile, Xfinity, and Sprint networks. Verizon has already severed the update.

Users who own Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra devices can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers N981USQS3HWB7 and N986USQS3HWB7 sequentially. And the Unlocked models are receiving the update on build numbers N981U1UES3HWB7, and N981U1UES3HWB7.

The March 2023 update is part of the regular monthly update provided by Google to every eligible Galaxy device, but for Galaxy devices, Samsung also includes some new fixes that improve the overall security of Galaxy devices.

What is March 2023 update?

Samsung has recently taken a significant step towards addressing various security and privacy issues that are affecting its smartphone users. In a recent update, the tech giant resolved 40 CVE items as part of Google’s Android security bulletin and 23 SVEs for Galaxy One UI devices. 

These issues are related to Bluetooth, function driver, Galaxy Themes, Samsung Keyboard, System UI, and other One UI services. This move highlights Samsung’s commitment to providing its users with a safe and secure experience while using their devices.

Moreover, the latest security patches work as a shield that protects personal information and prevents your device from hackers, so it is recommended that you should always keep your device up to date by installing the latest security patches.

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