Earlier this year, Samsung launched its all-new Galaxy S series flagship smartphone dubbed Galaxy S21. The next-gen offering consists of three devices namely Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. With the 2021 offerings, the chaebol went with a new aesthetics that looks way more cleaner and premium. Of course, we’re also looking at flagship-grade hardware with a bunch of improvements over the predecessor.
With Galaxy S21 arrived the exclusive features as a part of One UI 3.1 software version. Apart from just bringing those additions to other devices, Samsung is also pushing the latest March security patch to the lineup.
Galaxy S21 gets the latest March Android security patch!
Samsung is seeding out a new firmware update that carries the version G99x0ZHU1AUB7. The new update weighs around 387MB in size meaning we’re not looking at something major here. You can also opt to update your device with cellular connectivity if you want to. The new firmware version brings March 2021 Android security patch to the lineup.
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Apart from the latest security patch, the changelog also mentions ‘overall performance improvements’ and ‘camera improvements’. While the update is already rolled out, Samsung hasn’t detailed the March 2021 security patch but we can expect that to happen anytime soon. Another thing to mention is the fact that this update is currently rolling out in only Taiwan.
With that said, it should now be making its way to more markets in the coming weeks. We’ll, of course, keep our readers updated whenever that will happen. If you reside in Taiwan and own Galaxy S20, then you might have already received the update notification. That’s not the case? then you can always go ahead and check manually by heading over to Settings>>Software Update>>Download and Install.
Samsung on a software update spree this month!
The South Korean giant seems to be on the update spree this month. The company has already pushed the One UI 3.1 software to multiple flagship devices. That’s not it, the company has also rolled out a new firmware update to its original Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active. This new update brings a bunch of features straight from the Galaxy Watch 3 wearable. Earlier today, Samsung has also released an LTE version of its Galaxy A32 smartphone.