December Security Update is now available for Samsung Galaxy F23 5G

December Security Update is now available for Samsung Galaxy F23 5G.

Samsung has released the December Security Update for Samsung Galaxy F23 5G. Users will now be able to download the updated security patch and enjoy the features that come with it. 

A month ago, Samsung released the Android 13-based One UI 5 update for the Galaxy F23 as well. It is the latest version with a firmware version E236BXXU1BVL1 and requires a download of about 2.7GB. Those, who haven’t yet updated their new Android skin can go through Settings > Software update menu to check the updates.

The new security patch increases the overall stability of your device and comes with additional features. The size of this security patch update is 384.10 MB. 

These apps will get auto-updates with the new security update:-

  • Samsung Notes Add Ons
  • Samsung Global Goals
  • Samsung Kids
  • Samsung Notes
  • Samsung Internet
  • Samsung Health
  • Samsung Members
  • Samsung Pay
  • SmartThings
  • Samsung TV Plus
  • Calculator
  • Voice Recorder

The security feature will also provide new or enhanced features as well as further improves the performance of your device. 

Go check your updates section and quickly download the new updates December Security patch.



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