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Samsung kickstarted its February 2021 patch rollout a bit early this time, with the European Galaxy S20 line being the first recipient. Now, these latest Android security updates are spreading to the US, starting with the unlocked Galaxy S20 models and the Note20 Ultra, and more recently followed by Verizon's Galaxy S9 and T-Mobile's Note20 series.
You can expect more Galaxy flagships and mid-rangers to join the list in the coming weeks if Samsung sticks to its course of pushing timely security patches. These updates often follow a phased release, so you may need to wait for it to reach you, though you can always give it a manual check under Settings > Software Update.
Here are all Samsung phones that have been updated to the February 2021 patch in the United States, with the latest entries highlighted in bold:
Galaxy S21 series
Galaxy S20 series
Galaxy Z series
- Galaxy Z Fold 2: RP1A.200720.012.F916USQU1DUB7, released February 25
Galaxy S9 series
- Galaxy S9+: G965USQS9FUB2, released February 21
Galaxy Note20 series
- Galaxy Note20 Ultra: N986U1UES1CUA1, released February 2
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 February 16
- AT&T: QP1A.190711.020.N960USQS7FUA2, 183MB, released February 16
- T-Mobile: N960USQS7FUA1, released February 19
Galaxy A series
- Galaxy A50: QP1A.190711.020.A505USQSBCUAA, released February 18
Updated to reflect recent rollouts to Verizon and T-Mobile phones.
Karandeep Singh and Corbin Davenport contributed to this article.