T-Mobile kicks off first Galaxy S23 series firmware update in the US

Samsung’s latest Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup begins getting software support by T-Mobile, starting today in the US. As the first firmware update, T-Mobile has delivered the February 2023 security patch to the Galaxy S23, reports SammyFans.

The T-Mobile update’s changelog does not list any noticeable changes for the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. However, the heavy update package size of about 567MB indicates several under-the-hood changes. Recent Samsung software updates also included new app versions for select native services and apps.

Firmware Versions:

  • Galaxy S23 5G – S911USQU1AWBE
  • S23 Plus 5G – S916USQU1AWBE
  • S23 Ultra 5G – S918USQU1AWBE

T-Mobile is one of the largest network service providers in the United States. On carrier-bounded models, consumers get some epic native services with the strongest network coverage in the country. The Galaxy S23 is available on T-Mobile with striking trade-in and early bird offers.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra T-Mobile first software update US

With the February 2023 security patch, Samsung fixes over 50 common vulnerability exposures including Critical and High leveled. When it comes to T-Mobile, the carrier may have also included new versions of carrier-native services and applications for a better user experience.