Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite customers in Spain have obtained the most recent replace that brings the November 2020 Android safety patch. There are not any bug fixes, efficiency enchancment, or new options with this replace that carries firmware model G770FXXS3CTJ3. The cellphone stays on Android 10 and OneUI 2.5. As of now, it’s unclear when the brand new replace will attain Indian customers. As per a report, the safety patch additionally addresses a vulnerability with the Exynos 990 SoC.
The most recent replace that comes with firmware model G770FXXS3CTJ3 for Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G770F) customers in Spain brings the most recent November 2020 safety patch and nothing extra. In accordance with a report by Sammobile, the replace fixes a number of safety flaws current in Android OS and Samsung’s personal software program. It additionally fixes a vulnerability with the Exynos 990 SoC, however because the Galaxy S10 Lite solely has a Snapdragon variant in India, customers needn’t fear about this vulnerability.
As of now, the replace is simply obtainable in Spain and retains the cellphone on Android 10. Again in August, Samsung had announced that will probably be delivering three years of Android updates for its flagship smartphones beginning with the Samsung Galaxy S10 and past. The Galaxy S10 Lite was launched in January this yr and is anticipated to get up to date to Android 11. However there is no such thing as a timeline for it but.
As of now, it’s unclear when the replace will attain Indian customers and we have now reached out to the corporate to get info on the identical. This house will likely be up to date as and after we obtain a response.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite specs
The Galaxy S10 Lite includes a 6.70-inch show with a central hole-punch minimize out. It’s powered by Snapdragon 855 SoC with 8GB of RAM. The cellphone has a triple rear digital camera setup and a 32-megapixel selfie shooter. It comes with a 4,500mAh battery and runs on Android 10.
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