Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G Snapdragon variant receives February 2024 security update in India

Samsung has recently started rolling out its latest February 2024 security update to its devices and today this latest update has been rolled out for the Galaxy S21 FE 5G Snapdragon variant in India.

Here’s more about it

Galaxy S21 FE 5G Snapdragon variant: February 2024 security update

The update is being rolled out for the Indian users and will arrive with build version: G990B2XXS5FXA7/G990B2ODM5FWK3/G990B2XXS5FXA7. The size of this update is 310.68MB. It integrates the February 2024 security patch into the device.

This latest update improves the security of the device and other than that it does not include any major changes and improvements for the smartphone.

To install the update;

  • Go to “Settings”
  • Tap on “ Software update”
  • Click on “Download & Install”

Galaxy S21 FE 5G Snapdragon variant: Specifications

This smartphone comes with a 6.4” Dynamic AMOLED 2x display that sports a 120 Hz refresh rate and 2340*1080(FHD) resolution. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 888 SoC. It sports a triple camera setup on the rear side featuring a 12 MP + 12MP + 8MP camera. The front side of the smartphone comes with a 32 MP selfie camera. The smartphone packs a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging and 15W wireless charging.




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