Samsung Galaxy S20 series devices launched back in 2020 with Android 10. The S20 trio and S20 FE have already completed the official software support cycle. The phones will no longer get any major Android OS upgrade, which means there won’t be the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the S20 series. Well, these devices are still getting new software updates, not major but important patches for regular operations and security.
Samsung is now rolling out a new software update for the carrier-locked Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and S20 FE smartphones in the US. The new update brings the November 2023 security patch for the S20 devices on the Verizon network carrier.
The update improves the overall performance of the smartphone by fixing several security flaws. You can check the software versions below:
- Galaxy S20 5G UW:G981VSQS7HWJ1
- Galaxy S20+ 5G: G986USQS7HWJ1
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: G988USQS7HWJ1
- Galaxy S20 FE 5G UW: G781VSQSBHWJ1
The latest update improves system security, stability, and performance to provide an error-free experience. The November 2023 security patch fixes over 60 issues found in the last version of Samsung’s software. This update rolled out for Galaxy S20 FE 4G in Mexico and Brazil.
You can check for the latest software update by heading into the device’s Settings, then a Software update, and Download and install.