[Update: September 2022 Security Patch] Samsung Galaxy A23 4G and Galaxy A23 5G Updates Tracker

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Samsung introduced the Galaxy A23 smartphone in March 2022. The device runs on Android 12 OS out of the box along with One UI 4.1 on top. Underneath, it equips an octa-core Snapdragon 680 4G processor. Galaxy A23 features 6.6 inches PLS LCD screen with an 8 MP selfie shooter. On the other side, there’s a quad-camera island led by a 50MP primary sensor.

Galaxy A23

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Note: This is an update tracker and will be updated regularly in descending order with the latest update released for the device.

Samsung Galaxy A23 Updates Tracker

  • [October 20, 2022]: Samsung is bringing the September 2022 security Patch for the Galaxy A23 units in New Zealand via the firmware A236EXXU2AVI1.
  • [September 13, 2022]: Samsung Galaxy A23 5G is receiving its maiden update carrying September 2022 security patch via firmware security A236EXXU2AVI1. The update is globally rolling out in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and many other countries.
  • [August 8, 2022]: Galaxy A23 is picking up a new software update in Russia with firmware version A235FXXU1AVG2. The build packs the August 2022 security patch to increase system security. Apart from this, it might as well bring some general bug fixes and device stability improvements.
  • [July 4, 2022]: Samsung is kicking off the July 222 security patch for the Galaxy A23. The update carries the firmware version A235FXXU1AVF3 which is available in Germany and Russia. Other regions will also get a hit soon in the coming days.
  • [May 19, 2022]: Samsung Galaxy A23 is getting a new update in some European countries, including Germany and Russia. The build arrives on firmware version A235FXXU1AVE4 and it packs the May 2022 security patch. Also, it might carry some general bug fixes and device stability improvements as well.
Related: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series Updates Tracker

As usual, the OTA update is having a staged rollout. You can either wait for a pop-up notification or check it manually. To give it a self-check, head over to the Settings app > Software update and tap on Download and install. Also, we suggest you switch over to a WiFi network before downloading the update to avoid data charges.

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