In terms of large and small updates, Samsung used to be one of the worst apps in the Android world, but in 2021, they can be said to outperform Pixel. Now, Samsung is rolling out the April 2021 security update for its huge smartphone lineup (including Galaxy S21, S20, A52, etc.).
Technically speaking, the April security patch has not yet been fully released when Samsung begins its rollout. Google follows a model of rolling out its Pixel smartphone updates on the first Monday of each month, which will land on April 5th.
Samsung April 2021 Security Update-New Features
April 5th is the official release date of the changes and security improvements made in the patch. Therefore, at least from a technical point of view, Samsung lacked information when it launched the April 2021
However, Samsung usually brings some small UI adjustments in its monthly security updates, and the April 2021 patch is no exception.As people are Sam Mobile, One of the notable changes is the expansion of portrait mode. Previously, this feature was limited to telephoto and ultra-wide-angle cameras only on some devices, but the April patch seems to extend the functionality to the main camera.
Devices with Samsung’s April 2021 security update
Which devices are going to get the April 2021 update from Samsung? The list of devices that are updated once a month is very large. As of April 1, several models have been updated. You can see the updated devices so far in the list below.
As new deployments begin or expand to new regions and operators, the list below is being updated. The newly added content will be displayed in bold.
Galaxy S series
Samsung’s true flagship series is usually the first series to be updated monthly. This month, the current flagship series Galaxy S21 series will be launched on March 29. The download weight on the S21 device exceeds 1GB, and the download started in India, but has since expanded globally. The update has been extended to the S20 FE and S10 series, and was unveiled on the Galaxy S9+ in Germany on April 1. On April 2, Galaxy S10 Lite joined the competition, and an update was also found on T-Mobile’s Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The full list of Galaxy S devices updated in April includes:
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- Galaxy S20 FE — G780FXXS2CUC8
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- Galaxy S10 — G97xxXXU9FUCD
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- Galaxy S10 Lite — G770FXXS4EUC1
- Galaxy S9 + — G96xFXXUFFUC6
Galaxy A series
The mid-range Galaxy A series may be one of the most affordable smartphone product lines, and the latest version of the Galaxy A52 has been updated in April. A52 was launched on March 30.
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Samsung’s ultra-premium foldable smartphones are sometimes difficult to make major updates, but the monthly security patch program is on the right track. The April patch was released on the Galaxy Z Fold 2 on March 29 and has been expanded since. From March 31, the original Galaxy Fold will also provide this update.
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Galaxy Note series
When the note looked at the barrel of death, the support did not really diminish. On March 29, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ saws began to roll out in the April patch, and on April 1, the update began to include US carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
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Galaxy Tab series
Samsung introduced the April security patch to the Galaxy Tab S6 on March 31.
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