The Samsung Galaxy Note10 smartphone, originally launched in August 2019, is the first mobile phone to receive the January 2023 security update. these security updates.
This fact proves the commitment that Samsung has placed in this aspect that is so important for consumers, software updates and official support.
A trend, incidentally, transversal not only to the high-end smartphones of the Galaxy line, but also to the cheaper and more accessible phones of the Galaxy A line.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 starts receiving January 2023 patch
The relevance of this update is not only related to the content and content of the update itself. No, on the contrary, it also touches on the manufacturer’s attitude towards its consumers and users by guaranteeing four years of system updates and up to 5 years of security updates for more and more devices.
We remember that the Galaxy Note10 models were some of the most popular in recent years, as well as one of the latest launches of this iconic range of products. THE
Now these well-aged devices are at the forefront of receiving the latest security patch for Android. For users, it will be enough to pay attention to the notification center with the alert of a new update available.
January 2023 patch now available for these Samsung Galaxy smartphones
The update itself corrects security gaps detected by Google over the last month. In this way, do not count on new functions or significant changes in the system. However, we always recommend installing these security enhancement packages quickly, as they can make all the difference in the integrity of your data.
So for all Galaxy Note10 owners, it’s time to install the latest security update. It should be noted that, according to Samsung’s official update schedule, both models are entitled to quarterly security updates. This, even after more than three years of its arrival on the market, is something that we have to praise.
Unfortunately you will not receive One UI 5 with Android 13 from Google
It should be noted that this range consists of the Galaxy Note10 and the Galaxy Note10+, both with news already available in Europe. More concertedly, as pointed out by the publication SamMobile, the January update began to be distributed in Switzerland.
Meanwhile, this same update has spread to other areas of Europe, and is currently also arriving in Portugal. At issue is the system software package (firmare) N970FXXS8HVL3.
Finally, and unfortunately, the Galaxy Note10 range is not among the models chosen to receive One UI 5 based on Google’s Android 13.
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