Samsung brings May 2023 security update for Galaxy A23

Samsung has started dropping the May 2023 security update from the end of last month. Initially, the company pushed the update to Galaxy A10e, and then it expanded the update to Galaxy S23 devices; now, going randomly, Galaxy A23 devices are receiving the same security update.

Currently, the May 2023 security update is rolling out in some Asian and European countries, including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Germany, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine. It could be available to more counties in the coming days.

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Users who own Galaxy A23 smartphones in the above-mentioned countries can identify the latest update by the firmware version number A235FXXS2CWD1. The latest update brings new security enhancements for the device. It is also worth noticing that the update is currently available for the LTE variant, while the 5G version may get the update in the next few days.

Moreover, the May 2023 security update brings over 70 fixes that improve the internal function of the device so that it can remove the loopholes which can be harmful to your device’s safety. Ultimately, it will provide more smoothness to the functions as well as improves the stability of the device.

If you belong to the above mention countries and have a Galaxy A23, then you will get a notification about the update whenever it is available on your device; if you didn’t receive the update yet, you could check it manually.

 Galaxy A23 launched back in 2022, and it came with Android 12 then it upgraded to Android 13. The device belongs to the budget-friendly segment, so it may get one more major update. The device will get Android 14 in the future.

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