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UPDATE: Galaxy S22 has started receiving the October 2022 security patch update

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Samsung has once again surprised the Galaxy user. Samsung has released its October security patch update for the Galaxy S22. We can confidently say that the Galaxy S22 is the first device to receive the October security update.

Three days before the start of October, the South Korean firm released the October 2022 security update for its flagship smartphone series. And the new update is being rolled out for the unlocked version of the Galaxy S22 in the US.

The new software update comes with firmware version S90XU1UES2AVI5. Which is available for carrier-unlocked models of Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

According to sammobile the new update improves the privacy and security of the device. It may also include some bug fixes and stability improvements.

According to the latest information, the update is currently only available on AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, and C-Spire networks, but we expect Samsung to roll out the update to the rest of the network within a few days.

The international and US carrier-locked versions of the Galaxy S22 are yet to receive the new security update. But a new update will be released soon.

We noticed that since the last update, US users of the Galaxy S22 were having a lot of problems receiving messages. They had to boot the Device to receive the message. We hope that Samsung will release a new update keeping all these problems in mind.

If you’re a Galaxy S22 series device user in the US with an unlocked model, you can now check for a new software update by navigating to Settings » Software Update and tapping Download and Install.

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Samsung Galaxy M52 getting the Official version of Android 13 One UI 5.0 update

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Samsung is continuously rolling out new updates to improve its devices, although initially only flagship smartphones and high-range smartphones have rolled out major updates. Now that Samsung has completed its scheduled update schedule, Samsung will be rolling out the Android 13-based OneUI 5.0 update for its midrange smartphones.

As we mentioned above, Samsung has updated its flagship smartphone. That includes almost all Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, some foldable phones, two Galaxy A series phones and the rugged Galaxy Xcover, and some tablets.

After completing the above update list, Samsung has progressively pushed OneUI 5.0 based on Android 13 to the global Galaxy M series. At present, the model SM-M526BR sold in many European regions has been upgraded, and Samsung is expected to expand to more countries and regions in the near future.

The new update for the Galaxy M52 comes with the firmware number M526BRXXU1CVJ7. Also, this update brings with it a new security patch update. If you have this device of Galaxy m series then you can download and install it by going to the “Settings — Software Update” menu.

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Galaxy S23 Ultra surely features with 200MP camera sensor along with the SD 8 Gen 2

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The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is almost ready for release, and model details have been steadily leaked. According to the latest reports, the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone will undoubtedly include a 200MP camera sensor that will work with the new generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.

The Galaxy S23 is a highly anticipated flagship series that will be released by Samsung at the start of the next year. The South Korean tech giant will continue on its previous path, releasing three models: the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra. The S23 Ultra is the premium model of this series.

According to the well-known Twitter tipster @UniverseIce, the Galaxy S23 series could be launched with a superior camera feature that supports a 200MP primary camera sensor which is the main highlight of the device, a 50MP secondary camera sensor, and a 12MP camera sensor to take image quality to the next level.

The tipster has shared that the image quality will improve with resolutions of 3000*4000, 6120*8160, and 12240*16320 and an aperture of f/1.7. We’ve been hearing for a while that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the best camera phone, with a 200MP camera sensor, and now the paper details provide one more evidence about this.

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TelegramFurthermore, it has been revealed that Samsung has developed two 200MP camera sensors, namely the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 and ISOCELL HP3. According to the report, Motorola has formed a partnership with Samsung to launch the X30 Pro and Edge 30 Ultra with Samsung’s ISOCELL HP1 sensor. As a result, we anticipate that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will include the ISOCELL HP3.

Galaxy S23 series leaked key features:

According to previously leaked information, Samsung has made no significant changes to the upcoming Galaxy S23 series. We’ll see the previous generation lineup, which may have a similar design. The body structure of the models is very similar to the S22 series, with only minor differences, and the device borders are very thin in comparison to the S22 series.

The whole screen design of the Galaxy S23 series will use a hyperbolic screen solution with a very high screen ratio. The device supports a 200MP camera sensor, as well as the new generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which improves device gaming performance, app performance, and image quality.

Once again the S Pen will be found at the bottom of the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone, with enhanced features over the previous generation S Pen. The device is also expected to be updated with the battery stage and to support the 45W fired charging system.

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Samsung Watch’s new metal bands are now available in the US, it looks even more awesome with the Galaxy Watch 5

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A few months have passed since the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series and the demand for Galaxy Watch is increasing day by day and the demand for new straps is also very high. Earlier this week, Samsung launched two official metal straps – Metal Link Bracelet and Milanese Band – for Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

Now, the company has launched those two new watch straps in the US as well. Metal link bracelet that comes in Black and Silver colors. The straps cost $299 The straps are made using titanium and have a magnetic buckle. The metal strap is only compatible with the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

From the official website of sammobile, we learn that the length of the metal straps of the Galaxy Watch 5 can be adjusted by using a link with a push button mechanism, although it is only available in one size.

The same Milanese band is made using stainless steel, so it costs $99. It’s available in two sizes—small/medium and medium/large—and comes in black and silver colors. It has a magnetic D-buckle similar to a Metal Link bracelet. Both these new straps were showcased during the launch of the Galaxy Watch 5 series in August.

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