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Samsung Galaxy S20 getting new messaging features with September 2022 update

A few weeks ago, Samsung started rolling out the September 2022 Android security patch update for the Galaxy S20 smartphone, which brings improvements to system security and stability. Now Samsung Galaxy S20 September 2022 update is coming to South Korea with some new messaging features.

You can now view and collect multiple images at once when sending or receiving texts, so you can be sure you’re sending the right image. You can also flag messages as important in group chats after upgrading your Galaxy S20 to the latest version.

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Furthermore, the new Samsung Galaxy S20 update also improves the security of your phone’s operating system. This will help protect your phone from malware and viruses, as well as keep your private files and data safe.

On the other hand, this firmware update also improves the stability of your device. It ensures that you won’t face problems like app crashing, slow loading, lagging, etc, and get a seamless user experience. So, overall, it is a good update that you should consider installing.

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Apart from these, there is nothing that is mentioned in the official changelog, however, you can see more changes after installing the latest update on your Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.


Added new message function

  • Collect and view multiple images when sending and receiving
  • You can register a message as a notice in group chat

You will receive an update notification as soon as the update arrives on your device. In case you haven’t yet received it and want to check it manually, head over to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install option.

Samsung, on the other hand, is preparing a major One UI 5.0 upgrade for these phones which may release in October or November this year. Earlier, devices would also get a chance to run the One UI 5.0 beta update to test out new features and changes ahead of their public release.