June security update now rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and S10 series
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While it may have killed the Galaxy S8 a while ago, Samsung has continued to provide all of its more recent premium phones with updates—and timely, to boot. The South Korean company is already sending out the latest security patch to its 2019 flagships, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series.
For the Galaxy Note 10 series, the new update bears the software designation "N97xFXXS7FUEB" and is now rolling out to Galaxy Note 10 series owners around the globe—supposedly, yes, including the US. While the build doesn't appear to deliver any new features, it does fix a few bugs.
A similar update is also rolling out to the Samsung S10 series. This time, though, the build bears the designation "G97xFXXSBFUE6". At the moment, it appears this update has only made its way to Europe, with owners in Poland already confirming receipt. The US usually gets updates a bit later, so we expect the OTA to be available in the North American market by next week or thereabouts.