When it comes to releasing a new security patch for its devices, Samsung has once more outperformed the competition. The June 2023 security patch is now available as an update for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. The update is currently available for the unlocked Z Fold 4 in the United States, but it should soon be available in additional markets (and for the device’s carrier variants in the United States). And keeping in mind that Samsung has been a touch more slow than expected with the current month’s security fix, we will probably see more Cosmic system gadgets, including the Universe S23 series, getting the June update in the following couple of days.
With Android 14 and One UI 6 not too far off (yet not anticipated for the current month), it ought to shock no one that this update carries no new highlights or improvements to the Z Crease 4. Samsung has not disclosed the security fixes included in the June security patch, but expect that to change later this week. Version F936U1UES2CWE1 of the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s firmware is included in the June update for unlocked units in the United States.
You can download it over the air from the telephone’s Settings » Programming update menu or move up to the new firmware utilizing documents accessible in our file and a Windows PC. In the middle of 2021, Samsung released the Galaxy A52s 5G with Android 11 installed. The phone was updated to Android 12 toward the end of 2021 and to Android 13 toward the end of 2022. Later this year, it will receive the One UI 6.0 update based on Android 14.