Samsung has released the Galaxy S20 FE 5G edition almost a year ago with Android 10 (One UI) out-of-the-box. Now, the handset is running on the latest stable Android 11 OS over One UI 3.1 respectively. Although the month of September 2021 is about to start from tomorrow, the company is quite active and consistent enough to push the latest security patch to the model. Initially, the update was live for the Galaxy S20 FE 4G edition (Snapdragon variant), and now the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G starts receiving the September 2021 Security Patch update via OTA in batches.
As of now, the update seems available on the European market only, and the OTA update may take some time to widespread the rest of the regions too. According to SAMMOBILE, the specific update is currently live in Austria, Italy, Luxembourg, Nordic countries, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland, the Baltic region, and the Czech Republic. It includes the software version G781BXXU4CUH5 that brings the September 1, 2021 security patch level.
What’s New in Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G September 2021 Security Patch?
It also includes the overall device stability apart from the improved device security. Although the company didn’t mention more details about what kind of vulnerability fixes has been done. It weighs around 788.64 MB in file size so that you can easily download this update via mobile data or Wi-Fi without any second thought. Generally, Samsung released security patch updates with a file size under 500 MB. The official changelog mentions the device stability and security improvements whatsoever.
If you’re one of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G users in any of the countries mentioned above, then you can simply check for the available update from the device Settings menu > Software update. If the update is available for you then tap on Download and install. Make sure to wait for the update to complete and your device will reboot automatically to apply the update.
If the update isn’t available for your variant or region then you may have to wait for some time and keep checking for the update manually.