Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G update brings August 2022 security patch


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G

Samsung has been doing a stellar job in providing updates for its flagship smartphones. The company now offers around 3-4 years of Android and Security updates for its flagship devices, surpassing brands that were once considered the best in software support. It’s worth noting that the brand has also been rolling constant security patches for its flagship devices. Today, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G, which is already old at this point, is getting an August 2022 patch. The update arrives before August, and meanwhile, the Pixel 6a is getting July 2022 security patch.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G gets an August 2022 security patch in July

The new firmware is rolling out for the first 5G clamshell foldable phone from Samsung. The device is getting the update with version number F707BXXU6GVG5 for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G that bears model code SM-F707B. Therefore, the update is currently rolling out in Switzerland. However, it’s just a matter of time until Samsung decides to expand the update to other markets. Apparently, the initial batch serves as a “testing phase”. Once the company is sure that everything is flowing smoothly, it will expand the update to other regions. Of course, the update is not a massive one and seems to bring only the August 2022 security patch and a couple of underhood improvements and optimizations.

Galaxy Z Flip 5G

Galaxy Z Flip 5G Users currently residing in Switzerland may need to few a couple of days to see the update. However, you can try your luck by manually heading to the phone’s Settings >> Software update menu. This is not 100 percent guaranteed, but in some cases will force check the update.

It’s interesting to see the Galaxy Z Flip 5G getting the latest security patch. After all, in a couple of days, Samsung will be introducing the fourth generation of the series. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 will bring a ton of improvements in design and battery capacity. Moreover, it will be quite powerful with the newer Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.

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