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Samsung has released December security patches on some phones

Samsung has just released December security patches on some phones. So far, these are only flagships, but other Galaxy A phones will soon follow. The update first began to spread to phones in the US, but we have confirmed reports that is also taking place in Europe.

Samsung and December security patches

Currently, we can download new patches for Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, where it is referred to as N98xBXXS1ATK1. He also received the Samsung Galaxy S10, whose update is referred to as G97xFXXS9DTK9 and to our surprise there was also a Samsung Galaxy S9. On it, the update is referred to as G960FXXSCFTK2 and all have a size about 120 MB.

So after Samsung released its One UI 2.5 system for its three-year-old flagship, we also saw new security patches. It can therefore be seen that the South Korean giant is improving year by year in this regard. If you haven’t received the update yet, try checking in Settings> System Update.

Have you received the update on your mobile?

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