Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Receives First Software Update in Multiple Regions

Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Receives First Software Update in Multiple Regions

Samsung has commenced the rollout of the first software update for its highly anticipated Galaxy S24 series in various markets, following its initial release in South Korea. Users in Australia, Europe, India, and the US can now access the update, with a global release expected imminently.

The update, previously exclusive to South Korea, has now reached users in several regions including Australia, Europe, India, and the US. With a firmware build number of S92*BXXU1AXB5, the update brings enhancements to the Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra.

In India, the update is identified by the version S92xBXXU1AXBA and weighs around 670MB, offering improvements to camera and display functionality alongside the installation of the February 2024 security patch.

Meanwhile, in the US, both carrier-locked and unlocked units of the Galaxy S24 series are receiving the update, with build numbers S92USQU1AXB7 and S92U1UEU1AXB7 respectively. The update sizes vary depending on the device variant, ranging from 677MB to 746MB.

The update aims to enhance the security, stability, and performance of the devices, addressing over 75 flaws with the latest Android patch. Additionally, users can expect improvements to camera stabilization and screen color intensity customization, providing an enhanced user experience.

To check for the update, users can navigate to Settings > Software update > Download and install on their Galaxy S24, S24+, or S24 Ultra.

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