The February 2020 security patch for the Galaxy S10 Lite is expanding its reach into more markets, with India being the latest. The recent firmware update identified by software version G770FXXU2ATB2 weighs around 416MB and it brings along not only the February patch but a handful of new features and improvements as well.
One of the biggest additions is a new 16:9 UHD 60fps video recording mode. The stability of the Camera app has also been improved, and picture quality should be better following the update. The smartphone’s overall stability is better as well, and the fingerprint recognition sensor should have higher accuracy.
Of course, the latest firmware update for the Galaxy S10 Lite also brings the February 2020 security patch along with it. The package fixes 30 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures and a couple of critical vulnerabilities in Android OS.
To download the latest firmware version for the Galaxy S10 Lite, tap the update notification when it arrives on your phone, or go to the Settings app and tap Settings » Software update. The OTA is presently taking place in countries including Thailand, Spain, and now India, but availability will continue to expand to additional markets over the following weeks. You can always refer to our firmware archive to check if the latest firmware is available for manual download in your region.