September 2023 Security update rolls out for Galaxy Z Fold 4, Fold 3, Flip 4, Flip 3, and Note 20

Samsung, a top-notch company when it comes to keeping their Android devices updated, is now rolling out some new software updates. They’re doing a great job of keeping even their less-known devices up-to-date alongside their popular ones.

Today, we’re talking about updates for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Fold 3, Z Flip 4, Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Note 20 Series. These phones, along with other Samsung devices, have recently received security patches for September and some small updates. These updates make the system more stable and fix any software problems. Let’s get into the specifics.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Flip 4, and Galaxy Z Fold 3, Flip 3 Receive September 2023 Security Patches

Let’s begin with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4. They’ve just received the September 2023 security updates. These updates started rolling out in Europe and come with the software versions F936BXXS4DWHA and F721BXXS4DWHA.

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The same thing happened to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3, which are Samsung’s third-generation foldable phones. They’re also getting the latest security updates for September in Europe. These updates come with the software versions F926BXXS5FWH9 and F711BXXS6FWH9.

As usual, these updates focus on fixing regular bugs and making the phones work better. Specifically, the September 2023 security updates address 62 vulnerabilities in the system, including issues with various Google and Samsung apps.

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One thing that hasn’t changed on both phones is the version of Samsung’s interface, One UI 5.1.1, which is based on Android 13.

What’s New in the September 2023 Update for the Galaxy Note 20 Series

Now, let’s shift our attention to the Galaxy Note series. It’s getting a software update with the firmware versions N98*FXXS8HWI1 for LTE and N98*BXXS8HWI1 for 5G. This update is kind of like an “in-between” update. It’s not focused on bringing the security patches to September 2023. Instead, it’s a hefty update, more than 1 GB in size, that comes with general fixes and improvements.

This update isn’t just for the Galaxy Note series. In recent days, other Samsung models like the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S22, and Galaxy A52 have also received similar updates.

These updates don’t add new security features but are aimed at making the system work better. They’re designed to get rid of bugs, enhance the stability of the device, and improve its overall performance.

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