The Samsung Galaxy S20 series started receiving a patch to protect Android from June 2021, according to a report. All three Samsung phones in the range – Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra – are expected to receive the update in several markets, including the UK and Luxembourg. Other regions should receive the update soon, but there is no information about it yet. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G and the Samsung Galaxy S21 series also recently received a security patch for Android in June 2021.
A report from SamMobile says Samsung Galaxy S20,, Galaxy S20 +, and Galaxy S20 Ultra receive a new update that includes the security fix from June 2021. However, Samsung has not provided a detailed change log for the update. The update with the firmware version G98xxXXS8DUE4 is said to update only the security patch on smartphones and does not bring major fixes such as previous update for the series.
If you have received the update notification, tap it and follow the process to update your phone. To update your smartphone manually, you can go to Settings> Software update> Download and install.
The update for the Samsung S20 series follows the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G and the Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone series according to reports received the Android security patch in June 2021 last week. Galaxy Z Flip 5G received the update in parts of Europe with the firmware version F707BXXS3DUE1, while the update of the Galaxy S21 series began to be released in South Korea. The latest Android security patch for Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra brings the firmware versions G991NKSU3AUE8, G996NKSU3AUE8 and G998NKSU3AUE8 respectively.