Samsung always struggles in the US as it can’t roll out the update according to its schedule because of carrier restrictions, and this is the reason why Galaxy device updates are delayed, and sometimes even the flagship devices get one month late updates. The Galaxy S22 users are also facing the same problem, half of the month is already passed, and now some carriers are rolling out the update for it, while the update was available in some countries a week ago.
The June 2023 security update is now available for the Galaxy S22 series on the AT&T Carrier. The update for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra is rolling out with these firmware versions S901USQU2BVK1, S906USQU2BVK1 and S908USQU2BVK1, respectively.
As per the latest official Samsung bulletin, the June 2023 patch includes over 60 vulnerability fixes found on devices. Of this total, most of the patches included by Google to remove bugs from Android OS and other fixes are included by Samsung that enhance the Galaxy device functioning.
Earlier, Samsung has also updated Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy A53, Galaxy Note 20 and many more. However, some of them then is for the unlocked variant, and others are locked variants.
The Galaxy S22 was introduced back in 2022. Samsung debuted these devices with Android 12 preinstalled; later, it received more major updates in the form of Android 13-based One UI 5.0 and One UI 5.1. The device comes on the market after the four Android version policy updates. It means the device will get three more Android updates in the future.
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