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By this point, we know pretty well what to expect from Samsung when it comes to monthly security updates. Usually some international market will get the next month’s release a little early, still in the waning days of the previous month — exactly like we just saw happen for the July release right at the end of June. And then if we’re very good and patient, a few days later we start seeing the first releases start to appear for US carriers — just like what’s happening right now.
Just a couple of days after we saw the unlocked S21 series receive their updates, the same phones on AT&T and Verizon are also getting their patches. This follows similar software for the Note 10 and Z Flip a few days earlier. It’s no surprise to see the company’s flagship devices leading the update crowd like this; don’t say there aren’t any benefits to shelling out nearly $1,400 on a smartphone.
Other releases will of course be following soon, and we’ll keep this list here updated with them as they land.
Galaxy S10 series
Galaxy S20 series
Galaxy S21 series
Galaxy Note9 series
Galaxy Note10 series
Galaxy Z series