Samsung releases May Android Security Patch update for Galaxy S21 series

Samsung releases May Android Security Patch update for Galaxy S21 series

The Android security patch for May 2022 is now available for Samsung's Galaxy S21 series flagships.

With the release of the May 2022 Android security patch for the Galaxy S22 series last week, Samsung became the first smartphone manufacturer to deliver a new Android security patch. With a fresh software update, the South Korean corporation is now providing the newest Android security patch to the Galaxy S21 series.

The new build is seeding for the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra in Italy and contains firmware version G991BXXU5CVDD. However, in a few days, the deployment is scheduled to spread to additional European nations, followed by the rest of the markets.

Firmware version G991BXXU5CVDD is the most recent software update for the Galaxy S21 series. The upgrade is presently being rolled out in Italy, but it is likely to be rolled out to other European nations in the coming days. The camera's Night Portrait function, the auto-framing feature in compatible video calling applications, and the camera quality in select social networking apps have all been improved with this update.

The new version also includes the May 2022 security patch, which addresses a number of identified privacy and security flaws. It might potentially bring bug fixes and enhancements to device stability. If you possess a Galaxy S21 in Italy, you can get the latest security update by going to Settings and selecting Updates.