Carrier-locked Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ grabs August 2023 update in the USA

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is now a four-year-old device; it was launched in 2019. The device came with the promise to get at least three major updates, and it has received them all successfully. Along with this, the device is also running in its last year of security update cycles. To maintain continuity, the company has rolled out the August 2023 update for the device, which is now expanding in the US.

The August 2023 security update is now live for several carrier-locked units of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. The latest update is currently available on many carriers, including Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, Spectrum Mobile, and Xfinity Mobile.

Users who own these carrier-affiliated devices can identify the latest update by the firmware version number N97*USQS8HWG1 (the * mark denotes the model number depending on which device you’re using). Earlier, the device had also gotten the update in some European countries.

The latest update only works as security maintenance, so with this update you don’t get any new novelty, it only increases the security of your device by updating the definition of new malwares so it can easily fight against the external harmful spywares or privacy breakers.

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Along with this, the device may also get some improvements to its performance and stability, as it might fix some issues that are causing slow processing of your device, so it is recommended to update your device to the latest software version to enjoy your device smoothly.

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