Samsung rolls out May 2023 security update for Canadian users

Being the largest manufacturer of Android devices, Samsung has next-level dominance in the Android market; along with that company is working tremendously to push new updates for its devices. The company provides two types of important updates; one includes new kin improvements and a feature known as One UI, while the other one includes monthly updates, which come with fixes that improve the overall security of devices.

Now as we are in ending of the month, we have observed that Samsung has already updated several Galaxy devices with May 2023 security patch. However, the company has its smartphones in different countries where some devices are still left, like Canada. Samsung has now rolled out the update for Various Galaxy devices, including Galaxy S22, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy A52.

Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, Galaxy Flip 3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 5G

Samsung has now rolled out May 2023 security update for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G with these firmware version numbers F926WVLS3FWE1, F711WVLS4FWE1, and F707WVLS4HWE2 sequentially. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G have got two major Android updates, including Android 12 and Android 13 sequentially. Previously these devices were eligible for only three major updates but worth last year’s policy change, Samsung had an Android update one year more for these devices, which means they will get the new Android updates till 2025.

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While Galaxy Z Flip 5G was launched back in 2020, the device is now almost three years old and comes with Android 10 on board; it has already completed its update cycle and now running on Android 13; however, it will get some more security updates like this.

Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S20

Last year, Samsung introduced Galaxy S22 as its flagship device; with this, Samsung has also promised to give new updates for the device; for information, the device is eligible for at least four Android updates and five-year security updates. Therefore, it is now running on Android 13 and will get more updates like this.

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The Galaxy S20 is now a three-year-old device; at the time of release, it was only eligible for three Android updates, so after completing a major rollout session, the device is stuck with Android 13 and One UI 5.1, and now it will be no longer eligible for any further Android update. However, the phone is still eligible for small security updates, like now it is getting the May 2023 security update.

The Canadian Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra are getting the May 2023 security update with these firmware version numbers S901WVLS2CWE1, S906WVLS2CWE1, and S908WVLS2CWE1, respectively.

Meanwhile, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra are grabbing the update with version numbers G981WVLS4HWD2, G986WVLS4HWD2, and G988WVLS4HWD2 sequentially.

Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A52

Samsung Galaxy A series includes midrange smartphones, some of which belong to the premium range after the flagship devices of Galaxy Z and Galaxy S. Most of the time, the company updates the Galaxy A series immediately after the flagships. Currently, the Korean giant is updating two popular Galaxy A series devices, including Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A52 5G devices with firmware version numbers A536WVLS5CWE2 and A526WVLS8EWD2. The latest update includes the May 2023 security update that brings several fixes that aim to.

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