The Korean company has already updated several terminals, from the low-end to the high-end. Even last weekend we saw how the Galaxy Note 10 Lite already with this patch. Therefore, Samsung continues with the release of the May 2021 security patch for its mobile devices and the latest models to receive this improved firmware update have been The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+.
This new patch is accompanied by different improvements, which we will find on camera performance of these terminals as in a greater security for these terminals. But this is not all, because this update also brings with it other series of improvements that we will surely appreciate and notice in our Galaxy Note 10.
Better performance in your camera
However, leaving aside the arrival of the new security patch that corresponds to the one marked for the month of May according to the manufacturer’s calendar, we should also notice some improvements in the performance of the camera. In addition, thanks to this new update from the company based in South Korea, we can also enjoy a huge improvement in the file sharing experience that can be done between the different Galaxy devices through its Quick Share.
This new patch includes the version of firmware N97xxXXU7FUE3, and if in your case you have not received an automatic notice, you can always look at it manually. Therefore, we recommend that you verify it by entering the “Software updates” section through “Settings” of your Samsung mobile device.
However, it is not the first model of the Galaxy family to receive these changes, since the first to receive these improvements were the Galaxy S21 with the G99xBXXU3AUDA firmware, which had a weight of approximately 1.2 GB. In which we also find both the improvements in the performance of the camera and for the system to share files instantly.
Now available in Europe
As Sammobile has been able to report, this update came first for the Galaxy S21 family. Y, now it is the turn of the Galaxy Note 10 terminals that are from Europe, although specifically Germany and Switzerland have been highlighted as the countries in which the Korean company has implied that they have a higher priority over other places. Although, the most logical thing is that this update will progressively expand to more places during the next few days.