Yet another Samsung smartphone is receiving the November 2020 security patch. This time it’s the Galaxy S10 Lite that has the honors of welcoming the new firmware update. As far as availability is concerned, the Galaxy S10 Lite follows in the footsteps of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, meaning that the latest update is available only in Spain; at least for the time being.
The latest update for the Galaxy S10 Lite carries firmware version G770FXXS3CTJ3. It doesn’t seem to be bringing any new features to the table so don’t expect your user experience to change in any significant ways once you apply the patch. Some changes will occur under the hood for the purpose of improving your phone’s security but that’s about it.
The November 2020 security patch was detailed by Samsung earlier this week and it fixes a bunch of security flaws found in Android OS and Samsung’s own software. The patch even addresses an Exynos 990 vulnerability but this won’t concern Galaxy S10 Lite owners given that the phone is powered exclusively by the Snapdragon 855 chipset.
As usual, you should be able to download the latest firmware update for the Galaxy S10 Lite in Spain by opening Settings on the phone, accessing Software update, and tapping Download and install. Or you can skip this procedure and apply the latest update manually. To do this, visit our firmware archive, download the latest update for the Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G770F) in Spain, and install the firmware on your phone using a Windows PC.
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