Samsung has started rolling out the June 2023 One UI security update for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Note 20 series devices in the US. The latest firmware has arrived with the aim to rectify some common vulnerabilities of the system and make it more safe and secure.
Going with the details, the June 2023 update for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 has arrived with a One UI build version F936U1UES2CWE1, whereas, the consumers of Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra models will be able to determine the patch via version N98xU1UES4HWE1.
Moving on, the latest security patch will improve the safety grades of your handy gadgets and make them more reliable for better interpretation. It will also work to improve the core mechanism of the system and helps to fix some bugs and glitches, reducing the risk of system crashes and data loss.
Besides, Samsung has also released the June 2023 security patch bulletin that mentions fixes for a total of 53 flaws found in Galaxy phones and tablets including 3 critical, and 47 high-level of CVEs from Google and 3 SVE items from Samsung software, to maintain an appropriate level of system security.
Other than these common fixes and improvements, the June 2023 update didn’t bring any essential elements to your device. But we recommend upgrading the Galaxy devices to the latest version as it will boost the performance of your handy gadgets and optimize the functioning of some stock applications.
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Also, the firmware is currently rolling out for the carrier-unlocked models of Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Note 20 devices in the US. Therefore, the company will not take much time to expand the reach of the patch to more users. To download the update visit Settings > Software Update > Download & Install.