In the past few weeks, Samsung has released two May 2021 security updates for Galaxy S20 series smartphone users. Now, the company is expanding the software update to more regions as it is launching a Snapdragon variant in the United States.
In recent developments, the Verizon-branded Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and S20 Ultra have begun to receive new firmware updates in the United States. This update brings system security improvements, including Qualcomm 5G modem vulnerabilities, and was released in 2007. Along with the latest May 2021 security update.
In addition, the changelog also shows that the May 2021 update also improved the “camera” and “quick sharing” functions. After installing this OTA, Galaxy S20 series smartphone users can share files to other Android devices through “Quick Sharing” to get an enhanced experience.
At the same time, when switching from a specific operator to Verizon, Verizon also includes support for BYOD, commonly known as “bring your own device.” In addition, the largest network service provider in the United States also explained the BYOD function, which will be introduced below.
- Galaxy S20 5G UW – G981VSQU2DUDA
- Galaxy S20+ 5G – G986USQU2DUDA
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – G988USQU2DUDA
If you’re not already on Verizon’s 5G Nationwide network, Galaxy S20 users from other North American carriers will now be able to bring their device and instantly switch to a better network. Just insert and activate a new Verizon SIM card in your Galaxy S20 device and your device will automatically adapt to the Verizon network and experiences.
How to check for updates:
- Open Settings
- Go to Software updates
- Then click on Download and install