Galaxy Note 10 update brings May 2020 security patch


The Galaxy S20 series is composed of the most buzzing smartphones from Samsung right now. As usual, there is a major focus in these recent smartphones. However, the company keeps supporting other devices that are still part of its “support plan” as well as the last year’s flagships. Today a new update is reaching the Galaxy Note 10 smartphone.

The update is rolling out with the N97xFXXS4CTD1 software version and it is currently available in Europe. The list of countries getting this update includes France, Germany, Poland, and Switzerland. However, this update is only reaching the Exynos variants, in other words, the Global variants. The 5G version is excluded for the initial rollout, for uncertain reasons.

Galaxy Note 10

Galaxy Note 10 latest update is an incremental update including some small bugfixes and performance improvements. The biggest add-on is the May 2020 security patch. This is the first update to come after One UI 2.1 has been rolled out for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ devices. Interestingly enough, the OTA build includes a new bootloader (v4). That means that users won’t be able to perform manual downgrade after getting this update.

The OTA is rolling out in a gradual form. So it may take a few days to reach all eligible smartphones. Worth noting that owners of the Galaxy Note 10 with the Snapdragon 855 will have to wait a bit longer. After all, this update can’t be cross-flashed between the two variants.

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