Samsung has rolled out a new security update in the form of May 2023 For the Galaxy S22, Galaxy Note 20 series devices, and Galaxy M53 5G smartphone. The update is a regular monthly update that aims to enhance the security of Android devices.
Being the parent company of Android, Google pushes new security updates for all Android devices, which were later developed by brands to add some new features or optimize them for their devices.
Samsung is the most active company in comparison to other brands; most of the time, the company brings some important enhancements in these minor updates; for example, in the last security update, it added image clipper functionality for high-end devices.
However, the latest security update (i.e., May 2023) doesn’t bring any new feature updates for the devices, but as usual, it comes with some new enhancements and fixes for security vulnerabilities.
The latest security update is rolling out in Brazil. Users who own Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra can identify the update by the firmware version numbers S901EXXS4CWD5, S906EXXS4CWD5, and S908EXXS4CWD5 respectively. While the update for Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with N981BXXS6HWE2 and N986BXXS6HWE2 sequentially. The Galaxy M53 5G is getting May 2023 security update with build number M536BXXS2CWD1.
Last year’s flagship device, Galaxy S22, and the old flagship device, Galaxy Note 20 are enjoying regular monthly updates, while Galaxy M53 5G is only eligible for four security updates per year. The common thing between these devices is that they have received the latest skin update in the form of One UI 5.1 in previous updates.
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