Samsung has rolled out a new update for its flagship Galaxy S22 smartphones. The new April security patch update has been released for devices with a Snapdragon chip days after the Exynos 220 variant got it. Samsung has released the new update for the S22 series in various African and Asian countries, including India. Other countries where the update is being rolled out are Egypt, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, the Philippines, the UAE, Tunisia, Turkey, and Vietnam.
The new update is available on all three S22 series smartphones, namely the S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra. As per the changelog, the overall stability of functions has been improved. Let’s take a look at more details about the new Samsung Galaxy S22 series April security patch update.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Series April Security Patch
Samsung has released the April security patch for the Galaxy S22 series in the first week of the month itself for the S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra. The company has continued to release security updates swiftly for its flagship smartphones for the past few months. The latest update version S90xEXXU1AVCJ is 1.5GB in size. While it might seem like a huge update with multiple changes, the patch note doesn’t suggest so. In fact, most of the changes revolve around improving the overall system performance and stability.
The changelog states that the overall stability of functions has been improved. In addition to this, Samsung has worked on improving the security of its high-end Android smartphones. The new update has also fixed multiple bugs and enhanced some features. However, Samsung did not explicitly mention any details about these fixes.
If you are a Galaxy S22 series smartphone user, you can go to Settings > Software Update to check if you have received the new update. If yes, tap on Download and Install. In case you haven’t. You can wait for the update that is being rolled out to all S22 users. Alternatively, you can also head over to SamMobile’s database to download the firmware file and flash it manually.
Samsung has promised to provide software upgrades for four years and up to five years of security patches for the S22 series. This is by far the longest software support that any Android smartphone manufacturer has promised to offer.
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