The Galaxy S10 lineup is getting a new software update in a number of European markets today. The update brings the security patch for the month of August to the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ and comes with software version G97*FXXS3ASH1. It is rolling out in the Netherlands, the Nordic region, France, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Romania, Germany, Greece, Switzerland, Ireland, Poland, Spain, Austria, Hungary, Italy, and the Czech Republic.
Nothing but the new security patch is included in the update, which must be why Samsung has released it in nearly 20 countries at the same time. Almost every previous Galaxy S10 update has debuted in Switzerland before eventually expanding to other markets; the July security update also had a similarly slow rollout despite not including any new features, but hopefully that was just an exception and Samsung won’t make Galaxy S10 owners wait too long for minor updates in the future.
The latest Galaxy S10 update is a 112 MB download over the air. You can grab it for your S10e, S10, or S10+ by tapping the Download and install option in the Settings » Software update menu on the phone. You can also upgrade by downloading the firmware for the update from our firmware archive and flashing it on your device using a Windows PC.
Do let us know if you notice anything new after you’ve updated your phone by leaving a comment below.
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