Samsung Galaxy S10 gets new firmware withDecember 2022 patch in Europe
Since the beginning of the month, Samsung has been actively serving the latest security update in the form of a December 2022 security patch
Samsung has now served the update to its three-year-old device Galaxy S10 devices.
The update is currently available in several European countries, including Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Southeast Europe, Switzerland, the Baltic region, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, and the Nordic region.
Samsung Galaxy S10
Users can easily identify the latest update by verifying the firmware version number G973FXXSGHVL1
Samsung Galaxy S10+
Users can easily identify the latest update by verifying the firmware version number G975FXXSGHVL1
Samsung Galaxy S10e
Users can easily identify the latest update by verifying the firmware version number G970FXXSGHVL1
According to the Samsung documentation, the latest patches include the fix to as many as 93 vulnerabilities, 67 of them common to (almost) all Android devices.
Galaxy S10 series was released back in 2019 and came with Android 9 (pie) and upgraded to Android 12, unfortunately, the device is not eligible for Android 13, but we hope that it should get more new security updates in the future.