It’s raining updates for Samsung’s flagship phones today. The Galaxy S20 series started getting an update with the November 2020 security patch earlier today, and a similar update is now rolling out to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy Note 20 lineups. Well, similar as in all these phones are picking up the latest security fixes as part of the update, but with different changelogs and firmware versions.
The Galaxy Note 20’s update is the most boring, as it brings only the November 2020 security patch. As with the Galaxy S20 update that rolled out earlier today, it’s to be expected that Samsung will only be bringing new features and changes to its 2020 flagships with the One UI 3.0 update, which is currently in beta testing in some markets and will go live sometime before the end of the year.
The Galaxy S10 series changelog, meanwhile, boasts Wi-Fi and camera stability improvements, but since we’ve already seen the exact same changelog a couple of times before, we’re willing to bet that it’s a copy-paste job this time around as well. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ changelog is unknown at this time, but the firmware version suggests that it’s not just security fixes that are a part of the package and we will update this article once we find out what’s new or improved.
If you own any of these Galaxy S or Note flagships, you can check if the latest firmware update is available for your phone by opening its Settings app, selecting Software update, and tapping Download and install. It will also be available for download from our firmware archive once the update goes live in your country.