Verizon rolls out January 2024 update for Galaxy A54, Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S23 Series in the USA

Samsung is constantly rolling out the January 2024 security patch for its eligible devices, and this time it has done a very appreciative job by introducing the update to several devices in a very short time, while if we talk about the US Galaxy devices, they have also started getting new security patch updates on different carriers.

Now, with the latest development, Verizon has rolled out the January 2024 security patch for Galaxy S23, Galaxy S22, and Galaxy A54 devices. Users who own the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers S911USQS2BWL7, S916USQS2BWL7, and S918USQS2BWL7, respectively.

The Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra are receiving the new update with the firmware version numbers S901USQS4DWLG, S906USQS4DWLG, and S908USQS4DWLG, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy A54 is getting a new update with the firmware version number A546VSQS6BWL3. With the latest update, the company hasn’t attached any significant changelog, but it has brought the same standard changelog, which only shows the updated security of the devices.

It is worth noticing that this is the initial January 2024 update for the Galaxy A54, while the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S22 have already grabbed the update on some carriers and will constantly expand to more units in the coming days. In the latest development, users who are using the Verizon-locked units of the above-mentioned devices can now update them with the latest software version.

  1. What are the new features coming with the new update?

    No, there are no new features available with the update; it will only introduce some enhancements for the security of the devices.

  2. Will the unlocked variant of the above-mentioned devices also get the January 2024 update?

    Yes, unlocked variants will also get the January 2024 update, but it will be available in the coming days.

  3. Is the new update for Verizon-locked devices now available in all states?

    Yes, Verizon has already rolled out the update on its network for the carrier’s locked devices, but it will take some time to reach every unit of the devices.

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