Last year’s smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is another model that has been updated with the latest security on Android 11. The information was provided by the portal SamMobile.
The update fixes an issue with Bluetooth and Android Auto
Last week, Samsung began distributing an update with a July security patch for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S21, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 FE smartphones. They are now joined by the lowest model of the Samsung Galaxy 10 Lite, which came on the market at the beginning of last year.
The update was launched in Spain and is numbered G770FXXS4EUF6. According to the documentation, it should fix up to 20 vulnerabilities in the Android system and the One UI extension. The problem with Bluetooth should be fixed, as well as a bug in the connection with Android Auto, which many users complained about.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
The update is available in the form of an OTA update and the system should notify you of its availability automatically by notification. However, you can also verify it manually in the section Settings -> Software Update -> Download and Install. Before installation, make sure that your smartphone battery is at least 70% charged.
How is the competition?
The Chinese company Xiaomi started last month with the distribution of the MIUI 12.5 superstructure for the flagship model Xiaomi Mi 11. Another Chinese company Huawei brought an April security patch for the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro + and Huawei Mate 40 Porsche Design smartphones. Motorola recently began distributing Android 11 for models Motorola moto g 5G plus a Motorola razr 5G.
There was also a young brand Realme, which updated to the latest version of the system smartphones Realme 6 Pro and 7 Pro. Owners are already enjoying Android 11 Nokia 4.2. And the Honor 9x and 9X Pro smartphones received a May security update a few weeks ago.
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