Last August, Samsung launched its last Note lineup, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. At the Unpacked event, the company announced that all Galaxy flagships running Android 9 or later will get three years of Android upgrade support!
Starting with Android 10-based One UI 2.5, the Galaxy Note 20 range entered Android 11 / One UI 3 beta testing last October. In December 2020, Samsung released stable One UI version 3.0 via a software update, followed by One UI 3.1 in February 2021.
Although the Galaxy Note 20 series got its first Android OS upgrade in the form of Android 11, it is officially confirmed to get four major upgrades. It is currently running on Android 12 and will receive updates to Android 14. Also, Samsung is committed to providing regular security updates for four years from the device’s initial release date.
Here we will cover every major and minor software update that will come for the Galaxy Note 20 series flagships.
August 2022 Security Update – Brazil
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users are getting a new update with the August 2022 security patch in Brazil.
The latest update can be recognized for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 20 via One UI versions N986BXXU4FVH4 and N981BXXU4FVH4. The installation package size of this update is 249.20MB.
In addition to the security patch, the company has updated several apps including Galaxy Wearable, Samsung Kids, Health, Internet, SmartThings, Galaxy Shop, Samsung Members, Calculator, Samsung Pay, Smart Switch, and Voice Recorder.
— Samsung One UI Updates (@SamsonUpdate) August 23, 2022