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Galaxy S22: the very first software update is available

The Galaxy S22 welcome their first software update. According to our colleagues from the SamMobile site, its deployment has already begun in certain countries such as Egypt. In fact, entry-level models like the S22 and S22+ will be delivered directly with the software update installed, since as a reminder, their launch is scheduled for March 11, 2022.

Credits: Samsung

As you may know, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung’s brand new high-end smartphone, is due to officially start its career on February 25, 2022, after a ten-day pre-order period. As for the Vanilla model and the S22+, problems in the production chain forced the manufacturer to postpone their launch to March 11, 2022.

Anyway, many users have already been able to get their hands on the S22 Ultra, especially in South Korea. Unfortunately for them and for Samsung, bugs are already spoiling the experience like this big problem on the screen reported by several owners. Obviously, it would be a software problem related to the Vivid display mode of the panel. Be aware, however, that Samsung has committed to correcting this bug via the first software update for the S22.

Samsung begins to deploy the 1st software update of the Galaxy S22

And precisely, its deployment has already in certain countries as reported by our colleagues from the SamMobile site. According to their information, this update will be delivered with firmware version S90xEXXU1AVB3 and its spread began in Egypt and Afghanistan. In fact, it should land in other countries within the next few days. Important precision, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ will ship directly with the February 2022 Android Update.

According to Samsung’s documentation, this patch will take care of around 60 vulnerabilities in total identified in the manufacturer’s various Galaxy smartphones. On the other hand, we do not yet have the details concerning the defects corrected on the Galaxy S22. However, we hope that this screen problem mentioned above will be fixed by this patch.

As a reminder, Samsung has promised to offer 4 years of Android updates and 5 years of security patches. The Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8+ and Tab S8 Ultra are also affected by this measure, as are the Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra and S21 FE as well as the manufacturer’s latest foldable smartphones, namely the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3.

Source: SamMobile

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