September 2022 security patch is ready to install on first-gen Galaxy Z Flip in the US 

Samsung Flip One UI 4.1.1

Samsung has dispatched a new software update for the first generation Galaxy flippable smartphone. The Galaxy Z Flip is now ready to install the most up-to-date September 2022 security patch that boosts the device’s performance in every possible aspect.

Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Z Flip September 2022 security patch with improvements for system security. It helps in protecting your phone from bugs and viruses and keeps your private files safe and secure.


Additionally, the update also enhances the device’s stability so that you can experience a seamless performance over your device. It reduces the problems such as app crashing, system lagging, screen flickering, and more to enrich system functionality.

Samsung’s September 2022 security patch details, on the other hand, mentions fixes for over two dozens of privacy and security-related issues and exploits. These include 21 high levels and 3 moderate levels of CVEs and 29 SVE items from Google and Samsung.

Galaxy Z Flip September 2022 patch

It is worth mentioning that the update is rolling out for the carrier-locked models in the United States. However, the company will not take much time to spread it to more users all over the world. As for now, you can identify it through the One UI build version F700U1TBU5GVHA.

Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is one of the eligible devices that will get updated with the Android 13-based One UI 5.0. It is the last major OS update for the phone as it has already received two Android upgrades in the past years.

Meanwhile, if you are planning to switch to a new flippable smartphone, the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 will be the perfect option for you. It comes with most latest internals along with 4 major OS update support and is better than Galaxy S22 Ultra in some cases.

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