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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite February 2022 security update rolling out in the US



Galaxy S10 Lite February 2022 update

Samsung has begun sending the latest February 2022 security update for the Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone launched in the US. Earlier this month, the company has initially started the rollout of the February 2022 security patch in certain European markets.

Now, the February 2022 update is released for the carrier-unlocked Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone and comes with the latest firmware version G770U1UES6EVB1 in the US. This update mainly improves system security and performance.


However, the carrier-locked model of the corresponding smartphone is still awaited for the installation of a new software update. Meanwhile, the new security update is available for all carrier networks including T-Mobile, Verizon, Cellular, and more.

To be mentioned, Galaxy S10 Lite users belonging to Spain and India have already grabbed this latest February 2022 update. It fixes different levels of CVE and SVE including 2 critical, 29 high, and 15 moderate for better system security and stability.

Galaxy S10 Lite February 2022 update

Will Galaxy S10 Lite get access to Android 13 based One UI 5.0:

This year, Samsung released the Android 12 based One UI 4.0 update for the Galaxy S10 series smartphones including S10 Lite. According to Samsung’s new upgrade policy, the premium Galaxy devices that come pre-installed with Android 10 will get Android 13 updates and Galaxy S10 Lite is one of them.

Launched in 2019, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite shipped with Android 10 based One UI 2.0. Since then, this smartphone has received two Android-based major updates – One UI 3.0 and One UI 4.0. Now, it is ready to support the next major OS updates until Android 13.

How to update:

To update your smartphone, open the phone’s settings, click on system updates and wait for the phone to connect to the server and fetch the latest update for you. Afterward, press the download and install option.

Before heading towards the update, make sure that your device must be charged at least 30% and above as well as have an adequate amount of battery.

(Via: Sammobile)

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.