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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Receives May 2024 Update In India

The South Korean tech giant Samsung has today officially rolled out the latest update for the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone in the Indian region.

Here’s more about it

Galaxy S23 Ultra: May 2024 Security Update

The update arrives with firmware versions S918BXXS5CXDE/ S918BOXM5CXDE/ S918BXXS5CXDE and the size of the update is 443.18MB.

It integrates the May 2024 Android security patch into the smartphone to improve the system’s security and stability and enhance the user experience. Users can follow the given steps to install this latest update- Settings> Software update> Download and Install.

Other recent Samsung updates

The launch of date of the Samsung Galaxy F55 5G in India was recently postponed to 27th May. Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 have also been making its appearance on multiple certification websites hinting towards its imminent launch. At the beginning of this month, the brand has also introduced a new storage variant for Galaxy S24 smartphone in the Indian market. Recently Counterpoint has released the Monthly India Smartphone Tracker research for Q1 2024 as per which Samsung led the market in terms of value with a 25% market value share.

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