The non-carrier Samsung Galaxy S20 Series has enjoyed the May 2021 Security Patch update long back in April. After few weeks, the Verizon locked Galaxy S20 Series have started acquiring the same update. The firmware versions of these updates are as follows.
Related: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S21 Series get May 2021 Security Patch update.
- Samsung Galaxy S20 5G UW – RP1A.200720.012.G981VSQU2DUDA
- Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G – RP1A.200720.012.G986USQU2DUDA
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – RP1A.200720.012.G988USQU2DUDA
The changelog is identical for all three devices. If we go with it, the firmware incorporates the latest security patch, adds improvements for the camera, and enhancements the Quick Share function to make file sharing easy to other Android devices.
Besides these, the update also accompanies the BYOD (bring your own device) support. BYOD allows users to switch in between carrier networks just by inserting and activating the Verizon SIM card. For a piece of clear information, we have dropped the changelog below.
This software update brings the latest security patch and support for BYOD (bring your own device) when making the switch to Verizon from select carriers. It also includes enhancements to Quick Share for easily sharing files to other Android devices.
If you\’re not already on Verizon\’s 5G Nationwide network, Galaxy S20 users from other North American carriers will now be able to bring their device and instantly switch to a better network. Just insert and activate a new Verizon SIM card in your Galaxy S20 device and your device will automatically adapt to the Verizon network and experiences.
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Note: As the updates need to get verified, they are following a phase-wise rollout. So, it takes a week to appear on all the units.
If you are a Verizon Galaxy S20 Series user, head to Settings>Software updates and check for the updates. Nonetheless, users will be notified automatically when the update hits their device.