Samsung Galaxy S20 June 2022 update rolling out, starting in Europe


Samsung has been a bit slow in rolling out the June 2022 security update to its devices, but the company is finally stepping things up and getting back to the pace we’ve come to expect from it these days when it comes to updates software. A few pre-2022 mid-range phones started getting the June security update this week, and Samsung has now added the flagship Galaxy S20 series to the list.

The update appears to have started rolling out to a few European markets, including Switzerland. LTE and 5G variants of Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra are updated, sporting new firmware version number G98xxXXSEFVE6. The Galaxy S20 FE is left out for now, but that should change soon.

As you can tell from the firmware version, this update only brings the latest security fixes and has nothing to offer in terms of new features or non-security related improvements. The June 2022 security patch addresses a number of security flaws in Samsung’s software, including some related to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and QR scanner functionality. Five critical vulnerabilities have been fixed, in addition to 60 vulnerabilities of varying severity.

Galaxy S20 owners can download the new update over the air from their phone Settings » Software Update menu. We also have the latest firmware available in our database, which you can download to upgrade your phone manually using a Windows PC.

In the near future, the Galaxy S20 series will be among many Samsung phones and tablets that will be updated to One UI 4.1.1, and possibly One UI 5.0, which will come with Android 13. However, Android 14 will not be supported on these phones, as the Galaxy S20 series does not doesn’t get to be part of Samsung’s new four-year OS upgrade policy.

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Image of Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G

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