The Korean-tech giant is bringing a software updates to its smartphones. We have seen in the past that Samsung is deploying the Android security patch for the next month, even before they get Pixel devices of Google. Samsung has begun rolling the April security patch out in March now.
The latest patch on new and older flagship variants such as Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy S21 series, and Galaxy Note 10. You may get an OTA with the April security patch soon if you have any of the list devices. But all the users can’t get it immediately as the launch dates might be different for different countries.
However, Samsung’s April security patch hasn’t come to Pixel devices yet. It is also notable that the patch might not be the same for all Samsung phones mentioned in the list.
A 1GB update is coming to the Galaxy S21 lineup. It introduces the April patch as well as performance and camera improvements too. It allows the portrait mode on the primary camera. In the past, the tool was limited to telephoto or ultra-wide cameras.
While the update to Galaxy Z Fold2 doesn’t appear to have significant changes, as per XDA Developers, Russia and Germany are included in the list of countries where the patch will roll out. The Galaxy Note 10 lineup update is reportedly the same as what is rolled out for Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Here’s the way to get the update:
- Go to the Settings
- Tap into Software update
- Download and Install