Soon after promising regular Security updates for up to four years to Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the company has started working towards it. The Galaxy S10 users appear to be lucky as they will get a year of additional support in the form of security patches and other minor bug fixes.
After the Galaxy S10 trio, the next in the line for receiving the latest February 2021 Security patch is the Galaxy S9 duo. It will get firmware version G960USQS9FUB2 for Galaxy S9 and G965USQS9FUB2 for Galaxy S9+.
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Samsung Galaxy S10
The smartphone was released by Samsung a couple of years back featuring a 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection. The phone is fueled by Android 9.0 (Pie) which is up-gradable to Android 11, One UI 3.0 coupled with Exynos 9820 (8 nm) chipset. If we talk about camera, it houses triple 12 MP (wide) + 12 MP (telephoto) + 16 MP (ultrawide) rear sensors along with single 10 MP (wide) front camera. It is available in 128 GB + 8 GB RAM and 512 GB + 8 GB RAM storage variants.
Samsung Galaxy S10+
This was launched with Galaxy S10 flaunting a 6.4-inch screen with similar protection and processors along with a rear camera. However, it carries dual 10 MP (wide) + 8 MP (wide) selfie lens. Unlike Galaxy S10, the device is available in three storage variants i.e; 128 GB + 8 GB RAM, 512 GB + 8 GB RAM and 1 TB + 12 GB RAM.
Samsung Galaxy S10e
This handset appeared with the above duo housing a 5.8-inch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 shield. Whereas, the processors remains to be identical. With regard to the camera, it indulges dual 12 MP (wide) + 16 MP (ultrawide) sensors on the back and a single 10 MP (wide) on the front. You can purchase this handset among 128 GB + 6 GB RAM and 256 GB + 8 GB RAM storage options.