Samsung Galaxy S23 is the latest flagship S series device; it was launched back in February, and the device came with One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 preinstalled. As usual, Samsung has chosen the latest flagship device for the One UI 6 beta update, and it is expected that the company could release the stable update. But before that, the company is rolling out new security updates for the device.
Notably, the Galaxy S23 is now receiving the October 2023 security patch update in the US. The unlocked variants of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are getting a new update with firmware version number S91*U1UES1AWIF. The latest update is now available on almost all carriers, including AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellular South, Comcast, Cricket, DISH, Sprint, Tracfone, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Xfinity Mobile.
The October 2023 security patch is the latest security enhancement update from Google; however, it is not related to the OS; it only comes with some security enhancements. According to official documentation, nearly four dozen fixes were introduced, of which 34 were added by Google, which resolved the issues related to the Android OS. Along with this, Samsung also added 12 more patches that exclusively fix the security vulnerabilities related to the Galaxy devices.
The Galaxy S23 device was launched back in February; it was packed with the latest Android with One UI 5.1. Being one of the flagship devices, it will get five years of software support, which means the device will receive four Android updates up to Android 17 and also get a minor update in the form of security patches.
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