Samsung is probably rolling out the last update for the Galaxy Note 10 series because these devices have completed their update cycle. For your information, the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ were introduced back in 2019 and came with Android 9. Later, they received more major updates, and currently they are running on Android 12, which is the last update. Now they have also reached their limit to get a security update with the August 2023 security patch.
Notably, the latest update for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ is live in South Korea. Users who own this device can identify the latest update by their firmware version numbers, N976NKSU2HWH5 and N976NKSU2HWH5, respectively.
Samsung has already updated the European units of the Galaxy Note 10 series and is gradually expanding the update to more countries. It is expected that the company will introduce the update to all the remaining units of the Galaxy Note 10.
As said earlier, the latest update brings the August 2023 security patch. The update doesn’t bring any new features for the Galaxy devices; however, being a security patch, it comes with over 80 fixes that enhance the overall security of Galaxy devices. As usual, Samsung has also included 30+ patches that bring extra improvements to the functioning of Galaxy devices.
Moreover, if you install the latest update on your Galaxy device, you will get enhanced performance and stability in the working of the device, so it is recommended that you update your device with the latest update.
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