Galaxy S22 and Note 20 July 2023 security update now available in Latin America

As we enter the second week of July, Samsung is continuously rolling out the latest security updates for its devices. Let us remain optimistic that this month, the company will maintain the same level of progress in delivering updates as it did last month.

The Korean tech giant has recently rolled out the July 2023 security update for the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Note 20 series, initially limited to the US. However, the company has now expanded its release, making the new security update available in additional regions, including various Latin American countries.

The latest July 2023 security patch for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra comes with firmware versions S90*EXXS6CWF6. It is available in Argentina, Bolivia, Guatemala, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Trinidad And Tobago.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra can be recognized with the firmware number N98*FXXS7HWG2. The deployment has begun in Latin American countries, including Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru. It will be a matter of hours or days that is available in the rest of the markets.

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The new July 2023 security patch fixes more than 90 security vulnerabilities found in the previous version of the software. Don’t expect the update to bring new features or performance improvements.

As usual, if you are the owner of one of the smartphones mentioned above and would like to check for a possible update for your device manually, simply follow the path Settings -> Software Update -> Download and Install.

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