Galaxy S20: first security patch of 2021

Without delay, Samsung is already rolling out the January 2021 security patch to its Galaxy S20 range devices .

S20: here’s the January patch

To the delight of owners of Samsung’s S21 series of phones, the first security patch of the year is coming. In fact, on Reddit it emerged that the launch of the January 2021 patch has already started globally, with the firmware versions G981U1UES1CTL5, G981U1OYM1CTL5 and G981U1UES1CTL5 directed respectively to the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra . Unfortunately, at the moment, we are not aware of the features and functions coming with the update – whose file weighs about 235 MB -, however we know that it only includes the first security patch of the year, for the aforementioned devices.

So, if you own the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20 + or the Galaxy S20 Ultra, just go to the Settings> System Updates panel to check if you can download the OTA update of the security patch we just talked about.

Galaxy S20

 

With the Galaxy S21 series – which will be unveiled on January 14 with One UI 3.1 -, it will be interesting to see how Samsung handles the launch of the next update.
While waiting to see live the new terminal of the South Korean giant, we remind you that a few hours succulent rumors emerged about the photographic configuration of the range. Both the Galaxy S21 that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus will be equipped with a 12 MP f / 1.8 main sensor, a 12 MP f / 2.2 ultra-wide camera, a 64 MP f / 2.0 telephoto lens and a 10 MP f / 2.2 selfie-camera ; the Galaxy S21 Ultra, on the other hand, should enjoy a 108MP f / 1.8 main lens, a 12MP f / 2.2 ultra-wide camera, a 10MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens, a 10MP f / 4.9 second telephoto lens and a 40 MP f / 2.2 selfie camera.

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