November security updates for Galaxy S10, Note 10 and Note 20 have been released

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Samsung has released a November security update for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 20. This update fixes security issues for Samsung phones and introduces a number of new features to users. Of course, these new features are not so noticeable and may not be seen at all.

If you own one of the flagship S series or note phones, you can check your phone to get this new update. To do this, go to the Settings menu and enter the Software Update section. Next you need to select Downlaoad and Install.

It is said that Samsung has also released a special update for the Galaxy S20. This update provides users with a trial version of the One UI 3.0 UI. Of course, this update is available in some countries and not all users have access to it.

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