Verizon has now rolled out a new February 2023 security patch update for two more Galaxy devices, and it is worth noticing that one device falls in the category of the flagship device, i.e., Galaxy Tab S8+, which is receiving the same security update for the second time, however, the previous update was brought the support of new features in the form of One UI 5.1. While the second device, i.e., Galaxy Note 10, is now receiving the same security update, which is available after November 2022 update, let’s know more about the update.
The February 2023 update is the general security patch update which brought several patches that Google and Samsung include. In detail, there are five critical, 43 high-priority patches included by Google that resolves the issues of Android OS, while Samsung has also added seven more security patches that fix the security vulnerabilities prest in the Galaxy devices.
Users who own Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G can easily identify the update by version numbers N970USQU7HWB2, N975USQU7HWB2, and N976VVRU7HWB2 respectively. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab S8+ is getting updated with version X808USQU2BWC1.
Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy Note 10 update policy
The Galaxy Tab S8+ is the latest flagship Tablet of Samsung. It was launched back in 2022 and came with Android 12; later, the device grabbed the Android 13-based One UI 5.1. Samsung has promised that it will give four Android updates and also support security update food the next five years after the launch.
While the Galaxy Note 10 is now a four-year-old device that is no longer eligible for any Android updates. The device was launched back in 2019 and came with Android 9 preinstalled; later, the device received three more Android updates, currently running on Android 12, which was the last update for the device. However, the device will still be eligible for some minor updates in the form of security patches.
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