to reports, the Samsung S10 series has already started receiving its 2020 security patch in August 2020, a few days earlier than in early August. The South Korean electronics giant recently its flagship smartphone, which has become faster, which is another example of its software priority. According to the report, the update has only been applied to most Galaxy S10 models in Germany so far. The firmware version number of the internal version is G97xFXXU8CTG4.

SamMobile reported that Samsung has provided security patches in the August 2020 update of the Galaxy S10 (SM-G973F), Galaxy S10+ (SM-G975F) and Galaxy S10e (SM-G970F). Although this new version is currently only available in Germany, it is expected that similar versions will be launched in other countries in the next few days. The report added that so far, users will not be able to downgrade to an older update after installing this new security update. Samsung usually releases security updates in batches like this.

Currently, no change log is provided, but the publication speculates based on the firmware version that the patch will bring more security changes. Having said that, the changes are not expected to be significant, because the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is running the recently released One UI 2.1. You can check whether your Samsung Galaxy S10 phone meets the requirements for security updates by opening Settings> Software Update> Download and Install.

Samsung announced earlier that the Galaxy Unpacked is scheduled to be held on August 5, and the Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to be held here. Other Samsung devices expected to be launched at the Galaxy Unpacked include Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Tab S7.

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South Koreans recently released a trailer and peeked at these devices for release. The event will be held on August 5 (Wednesday) at the City campus in Suwon, South Korea. The virtual event will be broadcast live on and Samsung Newsroom.

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