Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Software Update: Getting the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update with December 2021 security patch

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite April 2022 update

UPDATE 1 (12:00 ET) – Stable One UI 4.0 update

After the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is now getting the major Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update. Along with several new features, the new update also brings the December 2021 security patch. 


The latest update comes with the software version G770FXS6FULA, and it is rolling out in European countries, specifically in Spain.

If you want to check for the latest software update, just head into the device Settings > Software update menu and tap on Download and install.



As of now, a number of Galaxy devices have received the May 2021 security update. Samsung has an impressive winning streak in maintaining qualified Galaxy phones and tablets and has been updated with the latest security patches.

Recently, the company has used the Galaxy S10 series of phones for two years to get the latest security improvements. Now, the kids in this lineup have joined the party with the May 2021 security patch.

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According to the latest information, Samsung has begun to improve the security of the US Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone by installing the latest Android and One UI security patches released in May 2021.

However, recent firmware updates include improvements to the “camera” and “quick sharing” of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+, so we can expect the same changes for the Galaxy S10 Lite.

Regarding availability and identification, the Galaxy S10 Lite update comes with the internal version number G770U1UES3DUE1, which is currently available for the Snapdragon-based US unlocked models.

How to check for updates?

  • Go to Settings
  • Scroll down to Software updates
  • Then click on Download and install


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