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This time, Samsung began rolling out the patch in February 2021 a little earlier, with the European Galaxy S20 lineup becoming the first recipient. These latest Android security updates are now rolling out in the US, starting with the unlocked Galaxy S20 and Note20 Ultra models, and most recently followed by the Galaxy Note9 on Verizon and AT&T.
You can expect more Galaxy and mid-range flagships to join this list in the coming weeks if Samsung sticks to its course of timely security updates. These updates often follow a phased release, so you may have to wait for them to reach you, although you can always check it manually in the section Settings> Software update…
Here are all Samsung phones that have been updated to the February 2021 patch in the US, the latest entries in bold:
Galaxy S21 series
Galaxy S20 series
Galaxy Note20 series
Galaxy S10 series
Galaxy Note10 series
- Galaxy Note10: RP1A.200720.012.N970USQS5EUA1, 225MB, released February 10.
- Galaxy Note10 +: RP1A.200720.012.N975USQS5EUA1, 230MB, released February 10.
- Verizon: QP1A.190711.020.N960USQS7FUA1, released Feb 16.
- AT&T: QP1A.190711.020.N960USQS7FUA2, 183MB, released Feb 16.
- T-mobile: N960USQS7FUA1, released Feb 19.
Galaxy A series
- Galaxy A50: QP1A.190711.020.A505USQSBCUAA, released Feb 18.
Added update information for other Galaxy S10, Note10, Note9 and A50 models.
Karandip Singh and Corbin Davenport contributed to this article.