Samsung updates the Galaxy Z Flip, S10 and A50 with May 2020 security patches
Google announced the release of the latest Android security patch upgrade on May 4, 2020. Accordingly, most of the Pixel line of mobile devices have been granted access to it thus far. These phones comprise the 2, 3, 3a and 4, as well as their XL counterparts, of course. In addition, it seems Samsung has already done the same for some of its own recent releases.
To date, these phones include the SM-A505FN variant of the Galaxy A50, which finds its new security patch in the A505FNXXS4BTCA firmware update. It is joined in these terms by the Exynos version of the Galaxy S10, with new updates for both its 5G (G977BXXS4CTD1) and 4G (G97xFXXS5CTD1) variants.
It should be noted that, in the case of these S10s, Samsung has gone ahead and elevated the bootloader version along with the patch level; therefore, users who install these new updates will be stuck on them with no way back to older One UI versions.
Similarly, the SM-F700F, or international unlocked 4G variant of the Galaxy Z Flip, can also access the May 2020 patch upgrade via the F700FXXS1ATD9 update. Based on these model numbers, it seems these fresh upgrades are rolling out among European users only at present. However, more global availability of this support may be realized soon.