Galaxy Note 10 Lite now receiving June 2020 security update
The June 2020 security update started reaching select Galaxy Note 10 Lite models on Sunday. Identified by firmware version N770FXXU3BTF1, the very latest software revision for Samsung’s stylus-equipped smartphone debuted in Spain. It has yet to reach any other country, but the wait hopefully won’t be too long. In the meantime, you can always attempt triggering the update manually by launching your Settings app, tapping Software update near the bottom, and finally hitting the Download and install option on the following screen.
It appears some other additions or changes have been bundled along with the new security patch level, as indicated by the very name of the software package. But it remains to be seen what those are, exactly, since they have yet to be followed by an official changelog from Samsung. Naturally, please do send us a screenshot of the update prompt which reveals those details on the off chance you’re an owner of the international variant of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite (SM-N770F) based in Spain.
A big quarter ahead for the Galaxy Note family
While Galaxy Note 10 Lite owners in Spain are now getting to download the very latest security patch from Samsung, some other parts of the world are still in the process of receiving last month’s update. For example, the May 2020 firmware for the same device only started rolling out in Panama, Colombia, and Bolivia yesterday. As always, the latest official software images for the Galaxy Note 10 Lite are available for download from SamMobile’s firmware archive.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note family has a big quarter ahead of it, since the Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to launch in early August. Its unveiling should be followed by a short pre-order period lasting about three weeks, as indicated by Samsung’s established track record with this flagship lineup.