Samsung updates Verizon Galaxy S20 series to June 2023 patch in the US

Verizon has rolled out a June 2023 security update for the Galaxy S20 series: Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Earlier, these devices have already got the same update on other networks, including T-Mobile, Sprint, and MetroPCS.

According to the official page Verizon, the June update brings some performance and security improvements; it indicates that the update doesn’t carry any significant changes for the device. This will be a general security patch update.

For more information, the June 2023 security patch aims to fix over 60 security vulnerabilities; it will prevent your device from cyber-attacks and also give extra protection to your privacy. Samsung has also fixed some internal function issues which are related to Exynos baseband, CC Mode, Knox ID, and many more.

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The latest update for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra is rolling out with these firmware version numbers G981USQU4HWF5, G986USQU4HWF5, and G988USQU4HWF5 respectively.

Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series back in 2020, it came with Android 10 preinstalled, and later it received three more major updates: Android 11, Android 12, and Android 13. It has also received the One UI 5.1 as the last major update. Now it is no longer eligible for any Android updates. However, it will get more software updates in the future in the form of security updates.

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