As of now, a bunch of Galaxy devices have received the Android 11 upgrade, because Samsung has made a lot of gains in updating phones with the latest updates. Not only is it important, but the company has also released an incredible latest security patch.
In addition to the May 2021 security patch that has reached multiple galaxies, the South Korean technology giant has also installed the April 2021 security patch to improve the security of its entry-level smartphone that has been in use for three or four years.
According to the latest info, Samsung has released new software updates for Galaxy J8, Galaxy J7 Duo, and Galaxy J3 (2017) smartphones in various Asian countries/regions. However, these are older models, but the company promises to provide “semi-annual” security updates in the last year of its update life cycle.
Identified by the release number: J810FJXS5CUD1, J720FDDS7CUD2, and J330FXXS4CUD4 for Galaxy J8, Galaxy J7 Duo, and Galaxy J3 (2017). The latest firmware includes the newer Android released in April 2021 and a UI patch.
This security patch fixes 30 critical CVEs from Google and 23 CVEs from Samsung. In addition to security improvements, this version does not add new features or user interface adjustments. We expect the company to expand its business to more markets as soon as possible.
At that time, you can manually check for software updates by going to the device settings, selecting software updates, and then clicking download and install.