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Four-year-old Samsung Galaxy Note FE gets April 2021 Security Patch update

So far, Samsung has updated plenty of devices to the latest security patches. Now, the company has started turning out the April 2021 Security Patch update to the Four-year-old Galaxy Note FE smartphone. Identified by firmware version N935FXXS8CUD1 is currently rolling out in many countries like Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Vietnam, etc.

Samsung Galaxy Note FE

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For instance, the changelog of this update is currently unavailable. However, like all the other security updates, it also includes fixes for vulnerabilities, improvements for the applications and system, enhancements, etc. As it is a regular security update, we can’t expect any significant changes or new features in it. Nevertheless, if the company makes any significant changes, you will be able to experience it while accessing your smartphone.

The Galaxy Note FE users from the above regions will automatically see a pop-up notification if the update reaches their device. Otherwise, you can also check the update manually by making a beeling to Settings>Software updates. If the update reaches your device, then we suggest you install it quickly to experience improved performance.

Samsung Galaxy Note FE Specifications

Back in 2017, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note FE featuring a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, Exynos 8890 Octa (14 nm) Chipset, 12-MP rear camera, and a 5-MP + 2-Mp dual selfie camera. On the board, the device comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The phone runs Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) and packs a 3,200 mAh battery out of the box.

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