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At this point, we have a good idea of what to expect from Samsung when it comes to monthly security updates. In general, some international markets may get the next month’s release a little earlier. For a late July release. And if we’re very good and patient, we should start seeing the first releases for US carriers in a few days. It’s happening right now.
The same phones from AT&T and Verizon are patched within days of the unlocked S21 series getting the update. This follows similar software for the Note 10 and Z Flip a few days ago. It’s no surprise to see the company’s flagship devices leading the pack with such updates. Not to say that there’s no point in spending nearly $1,400 on a smartphone.
Other releases will surely follow soon, and we’ll update this list as they become available.
Galaxy S10 series
- Galaxy S10e: RP1A.200720.012.G970USQS5GUF1, released on July 15
- Galaxy S10: RP1A.200720.012.G973USQS5GUF1, released on July 15
- Galaxy S10+: RP1A.200720.012.G975USQS5GUF1, released on July 15
Galaxy S20 series
Galaxy S21 series
- Galaxy S21: RP1A.200720.012.G991USQS4AUFD, released on July 9
- Galaxy S21+: RP1A.200720.012.G996USQS4AUFD, released on July 9
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: RP1A.200720.012.G998USQS4AUFD, released on July 9
Galaxy Note 9 series
Galaxy Note 10 series
Galaxy Z series
The July 2021 security patch is now available for T-Mobile S21 and Note10 series, AT&T and Verizon S10 series, Xfinity Note9, AT&T S20 FE.