[U] Galaxy S22 gets Image Clipper feature with April 2023 update in more regions

Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, has taken another step towards providing a secure mobile experience for its customers by initiating the rollout of the April 2023 security update for its Galaxy S22 series. The update was first made available in the USA and has now been extended to cover users in Europe as well.

Galaxy S22 now supports Image Clipper Feature

April 20th

Now Australian users of Galaxy S22 Series (S22, S22+, S22U) can install the latest April 2023 security patch update. It also brings the Image clipper feature on the firmware version S90*EXXU4CWCE.

April 13th

Samsung is expanding the major camera update for the Galaxy S22 series in more regions. And now it is rolling out in India, comes with firmware version S90*EXXU4CWCE and has a download size of around 1.6GB. It also brings April 2023 security patch.

April 6th

Finally, the update brings Galaxy S23’s exclusive Image Clipper feature to the Galaxy S22 smartphone users. This feature allows users to cut a particular object of an image and save it as a separate file. However, there have been multiple reports on Twitter from users who have updated their phones to the latest firmware that Image Clipper is now indeed available on the Galaxy S22 series.

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In addition, it is worth noting that the April 2023 update is specifically targeted toward the Galaxy S22 series, which includes the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra models. Users can easily identify the update by looking for the firmware version S901BXXU4CWCG, S906BXXU4CWCG, and S908BXXU4CWCG, respectively.

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Apart from expanding its reach, the April 2023 security update for the Galaxy S22 series comes with various fixes to enhance the device’s performance and security. The update addresses multiple security flaws in Exynos, Samsung’s in-house chipset, and several issues related to Google’s Android operating system. The update targets 66 security flaws, out of which 55 are related to Android.

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