Samsung

These are rather busy days for Samsung which, in addition to honing the preparations for the Unpacked event on August 5 for the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 range, is releasing software updates for many of its smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 +, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 receive some software updates that bring several new features.

Samsung’s current range of high-end terminals receives the firmware update G98xxXXU3ATG4 of which the main innovations are not very new. After a careful check, some slight changes have been noticed regarding the “provider code”, a sign that very probably some small changes have been added in terms of connectivity.

Coming instead to Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the update to firmware N960FXXS6ETG1 brings the security patches of July 2020. The update weighing 120.61 MB does not seem to refer to further news on the software side, if not the classic correction of any bugs and the optimization of system performance.

How to update Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 +, Note 20 Ultra and Note 9

The firmware update for the aforementioned Samsung smartphones can be downloaded manually via the path  Settings >  Software updates > Download and install.

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Sarah Walker
Sarah's curiousness of technology drove her to check out and review emerging products, be it weird or appealing she loves everything there is about tech.

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