Samsung has gained a reputation for its swift delivery of updates for its Android devices, often outpacing even Google Pixel smartphones. Leading the pack this time is the Galaxy S23 smartphone, which is the first Samsung device to receive the July 2023 security patches.
The update is now being rolled out for the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra in the United States. The company aims to make it available in other markets soon. The July Samsung update comes with firmware version S91*USQS1AWFD for carrier-locked units through T-Mobile in the US.
While Samsung may have been slightly behind schedule in releasing this month’s security patches, it is highly likely that more Galaxy devices, particularly the latest flagship Samsung Galaxy foldable smartphones, will receive the July update in the coming days.
It’s worth noting that this particular update does not bring any new features or enhancements to the Galaxy S23 smartphones. Samsung has yet to provide specific details about the security fixes included in this update. To install it, simply access the Settings menu on your smartphone and select the Software Update option.
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