Earlier this year, Samsung brought its current-gen Galaxy S21 trio that is one of the powerful smartphones out there. Since it’s the company’s flagship offering, the chaebol keeps on treating it with the latest security patch in a timely manner. Well, Samsung has now rolled out a new firmware update to the Galaxy S21. The update brings the latest security patch along with several improvements to the device.
Galaxy S21 gets a new firmware update, brings the latest security patch!
Samsung is now rolling out a new firmware update to the Galaxy S21 devices in Europe. The new update carries the firmware version G99xBXXU3AUDA and weighs around 1.2GB. This means that we are looking at a major update that brings several improvements along with the latest security patch. Even though we’re a few days away from May, Samsung has already brought the May 2021 Android security patch to the smartphone.
According to the changelog, the new update has improved the camera performance. It has also improved the Quick Share app. For those who’re unaware, Quick Share is used to transfer files from one Galaxy device to another. Sadly, the changelog doesn’t mention anything else. There could be few additions that might have remained hidden considering the size. If you managed to find some, then make sure to let us know down below.
If you reside in Europe and own the smartphone, then you might have already received the update notification. That’s not the case? then you might want to check for it manually. To do that, head over to Settings>>Software Update and then tap on Download and Install. Considering the update, you might want to do it over stable WiFi connectivity.
With that said, the new update should be making its way to more regions in the coming markets. If you happen to receive it elsewhere, then do let us know by using the comments down below.
More Galaxy devices would get the latest patch!
Just like the previous security patch, Samsung rolled it out first to the Galaxy S21 lineup. Soon after, the security patch made its way to other flagship devices along with Galaxy A and Galaxy M series. Well, we’re expecting that to happen this time as well. This means that more devices should get the May 2021 security patch in the coming days.