South Korean tech giant Samsung has started rolling out May 2020 security updates to three new devices — Galaxy S10, Galaxy Z Flip, and Galaxy A50 — according to a report by XDA Developers. Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S20 series have already received the May 2020 security updates. Among all the handsets, only Galaxy A50 is a mid-range device as all others are premium offerings from Samsung.

The software update for Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is version F700FXXS1ATD9 and is rolling out to the global variant of the foldable phone. As per the report, it doesn’t add any new features but just comes with the updated Android security patch level (SPL).

The Galaxy S10 series has started receiving the Android update version G97xFXXS5CTD1. This version, apart from offering the latest security patch level, also comes with a v5 bootloader version for 4G model and v4 for the 5G model.

As for the Galaxy A50, the handset has started receiving A505FNXXS4BTCA version Android update.

As mentioned, Samsung has already rolled out Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S20 series to the latest Android security patches.

Samsung has been very aggressive in pushing the latest Android updates to their smartphones in the last 12 months or so. However, Samsung has delayed the One UI 2 Android 10 update in India due to lockdown in the country. The company has revealed through a message on its Members App. Many Samsung phones and tablets were scheduled to receive the Android 10 based One UI 10 update. These include Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+, the Galaxy A9 (2018), A8 Star, A10, A10s, A20, A30s, A70, Galaxy Fold, and the Galaxy Tab S6 tablet.

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