Outside of the United States, the Galaxy Note 20 now receives the January 2023 security patch. The update launched last week in the United States and is now available in Guatemala, Trinidad and Tobago, Peru, and Panama.

The firmware in the update is version N98xFXXS5GWA7. Only the security patch for January 2023 is included, which Samsung addressed earlier this month.

Over fifty “High” Android OS vulnerabilities were mentioned in the January patch changelog. Additionally, it addressed issues with Samsung Knox, Secure Folder, NFC, and Samsung’s own software as well as a few other issues.

The January 2023 security update for the Galaxy Note 20 series in other regions is likely to be made available soon by Samsung. Update notifications should be kept in mind if you own the final Note model in Samsung’s lineup. They might appear at any time.

Alternatively, you can try launching the firmware update process by going to the Settings app on your phone, tapping “Software update,” and then restarting your device. Additionally, readers who would like to manually update their phones using a PC can, as always, download official firmware files from our website.

Additionally, Samsung is currently preparing to release the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is essentially a Note successor dressed in Galaxy S clothing, in case you are looking to upgrade to an S Pen. As a reward for your efforts, you can now reserve the flagship and receive $50 in Samsung Credit.

Topics #Galaxy Note 20 #January 2023 security update