Samsung is riding high on the successful launch of two of the most anticipated devices of this year, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Apart from this, the company is also concentrating on delivering the latest security updates to its devices.
The carriers are also contributing to continuing the run. Because the last year’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 is currently receiving the latest September 2021 security update. According to Android Police, the update is released by Sprint and T-Mobile for their carrier variants of the Z Fold 2.
Pushing the latest updates has now become a new normal for Samsung. It is one of those smartphone brands that deliver the latest updates, especially the security updates faster than its competitors.
Talking about the update, the September security patch for Sprint and T-Mobile carrier-locked variants of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is arriving via OTA.
As usual, the update is purely incremental and does not include any new features. However, being a security patch, it is advised that you quickly grab the update and install it on your Sprint or T-Mobile Galaxy Z Fold 2 units.
T-Mobile & unlocked Note 20 Ultra, Verizon S20 FE 5G is among others to receive the latest update
For more information on the latest September security update, you can visit the official Samsung Security Bulletin website.
As far as other devices are concerned, T-Mobile and unlocked Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Verizon Galaxy S20 FE 5G, T-Mobile Galaxy A52 5G, and the entire Galaxy S20 series on Xfinity carrier are also receiving the latest security update.
All updates for the mentioned phones are rolling out via OTA in batches. So, it may take some time before hitting your device.
Thankfully, you can also check for the update manually. All you need to do is head over to the Settings menu. Then click on System updates.
Here, tap on the Download and Install button, which will trigger the system to check for a new update. If available, your device will show a notification. Simply tap on the notification to begin downloading the latest September update on your phone.
Rumors regarding the upcoming Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S22, have also started surfacing quite aggressively on the internet. Recently the device was spotted on Geekbench rocking the Snapdragon 898 SoC.
Well, the company is expected to thin out the bezels even further, in process of achieving equal borders around the device’s screen. As we will approach near the launch date, we are hoping to have some more insights on the Galaxy S22.