Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is receiving the February 2021 Android safety patch, based on a report. The safety patch reportedly provides extra emphasis on tackling some man-in-the-middle assault vulnerabilities that Google’s OS had amassed not too long ago. It isn’t clear wherein areas the over-the-air (OTA) patch is rolling out to for the time being, however it’s prone to have a wider rollout regardless. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE had not too long ago been upgraded to Android 11-based One UI 3.0.
As per a report by SamMobile, the February 2021 Android safety patch for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE comes with firmware model G780FXXS2BUA5. To examine if the replace has rolled out on your cellphone, Go to Settings > System updates > Test for system updates > Obtain now > Set up replace.
The report states that the safety patch, dated February 1, 2021, locations extra emphasis on sure vulnerabilities amassed by Google’s OS. The February 2021 Android safety patch, detailed in a bulletin revealed by Samsung, seems to be targeted in direction of tackling man-in-the-middle assaults.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 sequence and Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) have additionally obtained the newest safety patch final week. Samsung has been fairly in step with rolling out updates for all its telephones throughout all worth ranges.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE obtained the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 replace in December 2020. The replace introduced with it Android 11 options reminiscent of dialog bubble to the cellphone, in addition to One UI 3.0 options like a devoted playback widget.
The smartphone was launched in India in October 2020. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is obtainable in a variety of colors. Additionally it is often called Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Version and is a toned-down variant of the Samsung Galaxy S20 flagship.
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