June security patches for Samsung flagships taking off far and wide

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Samsung’s phones seem to have beaten Google again to deliver the current month’s security patches. Reports demonstrate that some U.S. models of the Galaxy S10, S20, and Note10 series began accepting the update early toward the beginning of today, however, it isn’t arriving on all variants immediately.

Reports are mixed, however numerous with the U.S. unlocked models have been receiving the update today, as have some of the carrier-branded models. In the not so distant past, it was the U.S. unlocked models that would get updates last, after each conceivable carrier had just moved theirs out. It’s pleasant that is changed as of late.

Changelogs and update sizes will probably fluctuate between gadgets, however, on the off chance that you have a late-model Galaxy series phone ensured ordinary security patches, it may merit checking your notifications or triggering the update check-in Settings to check whether one is accessible.

Galaxy S20 units in different regions are getting the update — in particular, European unlocked units. Our Zachary Kew-Denniss got the June 1 fix patch his unlocked Galaxy S20 Ultra in the U.K. — works with the equivalent ATE7 postfix are being appropriated right now to other unlocked S20 gadgets in 21 European markets, SamMobile reports.

S20 clients in Australia and New Zealand have additionally claimed the patch for themselves.

Leaks blogger Ishan Agarwal has likewise revealed that his Galaxy Z Flip in India has gotten the bundle.

Abigail Boyd

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