Samsung is constantly rolling out August 2023 security updates for Galaxy devices in the Latin American region, and now, continuing the streak, the company is now pushing the update to the Galaxy S22 devices.
The August 2023 security update is one of the minor updates that include a new package of fixes that improve the security of the devices. According to Samsung’s official documentation, the latest security patch brings a total of 85 fixes that resolve several issues found in the Android OS. Along with these, Samsung also added 35 more patches that improve the functioning of the devices.
The Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra are getting the new update with firmware version numbers S901EXXS6CWG9, S906EXXS6CWG9, and S908EXXS6CWG9, respectively. Currently, the update is live in some Latin American countries, including Brazil, Chile, and Colombia, and it is expected that the update will soon be available for these devices.
In June, amid the Galaxy S23’s camera update distribution, it was informed by the Samsung community manager that the company would release a new update for the camera improvement of the Galaxy S22, but it seems that the company will introduce it in later updates.
The Galaxy S22 belongs to the flagship category; the device was launched last year, and the model of the series was equipped with a 108 MP camera. With the latest development, Samsung has announced that its devices will get Five-year software support, in which they will get four major Android updates and five years of minor software updates. So it means the device will get new updates until 2027.
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