Samsung Galaxy S10 Now Grabbing August Security Patch

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Good news for all the Samsung Galaxy S10 users, as the company has now made the latest August 2020 security patch for the phone. This is pretty amazing from Samsung in terms of rolling out updates because we are just at the brink of July. And just before we enter a new month, the latest August security patch is now live for the Galaxy S10 users.

Notably, the update is rolling out for the entire Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup, including Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+. However, the update is not live for the 5G model of the Galaxy S10 device. This latest Galaxy S10 August patch also brings quality and stability of the WiFi. The update weighs in around 239.20 MB in size and will be hitting the Galaxy S10 series via OTA.

August patch is now live for Galaxy S10 series in Germany

Moreover, the latest update is rolling out for the users in Germany as noted by SamMobile. However, we expect the update to be made available to other regions soon. The new update arrives with version number G97xFXXU8CTG4. Here is the complete changelog of the update:


What’s new:
– The stability of the camera has been improved.
– The quality and stability of the WiFi have been changed improved.
– The security of your device has been improved.

This Galaxy S10 update is rolling out for an international update that runs on Exynos chips. Notably, the Galaxy S10 series has already received the Android 10 update and is running on One UI 2.1 on top. However, it is not confirmed whether the 2019 flagship series will receive One UI 2.5 update or will jump straight to Android 11 based One UI 3.0.

As we have already mentioned that this new update is rolling out via OTA. Meaning that it will take some time in hitting all the Galaxy S10 units. If you have not yet received a new update notification, then you can head over to Settings>>Software update>>Download and install. And if there is a new update available for your phone, then tap on the notification to grab the update package.


With this new update, Samsung has once again beaten Google in terms of rolling out the latest security update. Currently, Samsung is all geared up for the upcoming August 5, 2020, Unpacked event. Here the company will launch some new products. For instance, the hyped Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Tab S7-series, and some other products.