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Samsung adds unreleased Galaxy A52 5G and XCover 5 to security update schedule

Samsung adds unreleased Galaxy A52 5G and XCover 5 to security update schedule

Samsung is working hard on letting users know that it's serious about providing software updates. Last year, the South Korean smartphone giant promised three major Android OS updates for its flagships, and it recently beat Google at its own game by guaranteeing four years of security updates for a bunch of its recent smartphones. Making it easier for consumers to know what to expect, Samsung just added a few devices to its security update schedule, some that haven't even been launched.

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Samsung is already rolling out December's security patch to One UI 3 beta testers

Samsung is already rolling out December's security patch to One UI 3 beta testers

Samsung has never been super speedy with major Android OS upgrades, but the company has been blazing new trails with its security patch releases recently, often beating Google itself to the punch. We're still in the middle of November, but Samsung is already rolling out next month's December security patches to certain devices enrolled in the One UI 3 beta.

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Samsung posts July security bulletin ahead of Google, including 4 Samsung-specific vulnerabilities fixed

Samsung posts July security bulletin ahead of Google, including 4 Samsung-specific vulnerabilities fixed

Samsung has been diligent about releasing its security patch bulletin along with Google at the beginning of every month, but this month, it took the lead and published the details before even Google got around to doing so.

The report lists the different Android Security Bulletin patches issued by Google to AOSP, which are quite numerous this month. There are 9 critical patches, 26 high-severity ones, 9 moderate, and no low severity patches. As for Samsung's Vulnerabilities and Exposures, 4 new ones have been patched with this release, but the bulletin keeps two a secret probably as to not compromise any devices that might be unguarded and have not already or will not receive the security update.

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