We've entered the 2nd week of May, and Samsung keeps bringing this month's security update to more phones. The second-to-last Galaxy Note phone is getting the May update and may even get some extra new features or system improvements.
The package weighs almost 320MB and contains the May 2023 security patch, but judging by the firmware number, the firmware may also bring additional features and improvements to the Galaxy Note 10. What those may be, is momentarily unknown.
Last month, when Samsung confirmed which phones are eligible for the Image Clipper feature, it didn't mention the Galaxy Note 10 series. Because of this, we wouldn't hold our breath for this new Gallery tool to be included with this new update for the Note 10.
As for the May 2023 security patch, it brings more than 70 fixes to security flaws affecting Android OS and Samsung's proprietary software. For now, it seems to be available for the Galaxy Note 10 only in Korea, but the phone should get it in more regions eventually.
Where the update is available, Galaxy Note 10 users should be able to get it by opening the Settings app, accessing “Software update,” and tapping “Download and install.” Users can also download the official firmware files from our website if they prefer manual updates over a Windows PC.