Samsung has introduced the August 2023 security update to almost all Galaxy devices, but due to server limitations, the company hasn’t reached all of the regions, so the company is now gradually expanding the update country. It is also worth noticing that some devices are now getting the August patch update for the first time, like the Galaxy A32.
Notably, the Galaxy A32 LTE is getting the update in South Korea; users can identify the latest update by the firmware version number A325NKSU4DWH3. Earlier, the Korean giant released the same update to more A-series devices,including the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A23, Galaxy A34, Galaxy A53, and many more.
The August 2023 update comes with the latest patch, which doesn’t include any notable changes. The latest iteration is only focused on strengthening the security of the devices; moreover, the Galaxy will get improvements in the stability and performance of Galaxy devices.
According to the official documentation, the August 2023 security update comes with more than 80 fixes for security vulnerabilities. The ultimate goal of the update is to provide proper protection against newly updated malware that is harmful to your device.
Samsung launched the Galaxy A32 in 2021. The device comes with Android 11. Later, the devices received two more major updates, so they are now running on Android 13. The device is no longer eligible for further major updates, which means you will not get Android 14 for the device. However, users will get more security patch updates in the coming months.
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