Samsung Galaxy S23 FE starts receiving January 2024 security patch in the US

Samsung has already rolled out the January 2024 security update; this time the company initiated the update from the fourth generation foldables and is now expanding the update to more devices. With the development, the Galaxy S23 FE is now receiving the January 2024 update in the US.

Notably, the latest security patch update for the Galaxy S23 has been spotted on multiple network carriers in the US. More specifically, the update is now live for the devices that are affiliated with US Cellular and Verizon, with firmware version number S711USQS1BWL6.

However, with the latest update, the company hasn’t provided any new features for the devices, but it will bring some new security-related enhancements that fix the internal functions of the application, so you will have a more secure environment on your device.

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Moreover, with the latest security patch, sometimes you will get some new features and enhancements that could bring more smoothness to the functioning of the devices, and it may also get some stability improvements.

If you are also using the carrier-locked Galaxy S23 FE affiliated with the above-mentioned carriers in the US, you can now install the latest update by going to the software update menu in the device system settings.

Samsung released the Galaxy S23 FE last year; it came with Android 13 and recently grabbed the major update in the form of Android 14 and One UI 6, as it belongs to the premium range device, so Samsung has listed it in the four-year major software eligibility list, so it will get major updates until Android 17. Along with this, the device will also get a minor security update, which will be available for the devices for four years.

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