Samsung Galaxy S20 collection has began receiving the most recent February 2021 Android safety patch in some areas, in accordance with a brand new report. The replace comes with model G98xxXXS6CUA8 that’s related to the Exynos-powered variants of the Galaxy S20 collection. The incremental replace is reportedly accessible in European international locations and brings a few enhancements, together with the most recent safety patch. Samsung has managed to roll out the most recent patch even earlier than Google did for its Pixel telephones.
A report by XDA Developers states that Samsung Galaxy S20 collection, that features Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, has began receiving replace model G98xxXXS6CUA8. This incremental replace is 173MB in measurement and upgrades the telephones to the most recent February 2021 Android safety patch. As per the changelog shared within the report, the replace brings stability enhancements and bug fixes, additional enhancements to efficiency, together with “New and/ or enhanced features.”
The report provides that this replace takes the bootloader model from v5 to v6 and customers won’t be able to downgrade to an older model. This replace is being rolled out in batches and won’t attain all customers instantly. As of now, the replace has not reached the Indian market and Galaxy S20 collection customers will possible have to attend for a pair days.
Galaxy S20 collection was launched in February final 12 months with Android 10 and was up to date to Android 11 in direction of the tip of 2020.
Samsung has been fairly energetic with rolling out updates for its telephones – be it flagships, mid-range, or budget-friendly telephones. Most not too long ago, the Indian variant of Samsung Galaxy F41 reportedly began receiving Android 11-based One UI 3.0. Samsung Galaxy S8 collection bought the January 2021 safety patch whereas Samsung Galaxy S10’s Android 11 replace roll out was resumed after being stopped final week as a result of potential bugs.
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