Samsung Galaxy S23 Family Receives First Major Update, Addressing Out-of-the-Box Bugs
The latest Samsung Galaxy S23 family has been released, and while there was nothing wrong with any of the phones out of the box, updates have been issued to address any bugs that may have been encountered.
The first significant update for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has now been released, which comes in the form of a 540MB file, with the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ versions coming in at around 500MB. While the changelog is vague, the size of the file suggests it’s a noteworthy bug fixer.
For unlocked models, users can expect variations of S911U1UEU1AWBE (S23), S916U1UEU1AWBE (S23+), or S918U1UEU1AWBE (S23 Ultra). Verizon has also posted builds for their units, with the versions being S911USQU1AWBD, S916USQU1AWBD, and S918USQU1AWBD.
Samsung’s list of changes suggests that they’ve implemented “device stability improvements” and bug fixes, along with unnamed new features and “further improvements to performance.” Verizon states that the update “provides performance improvements.”
The updates keep each phone on the February Android security patch. Another update with the March Android security patch is expected in the next few weeks, as Samsung is known for their quick monthly updates.
To check for new updates on the Galaxy S23 or Galaxy S23 Ultra, users need to head to their phone’s settings, scroll down, tap “Software update,” and then “Download and install.” Once the last step is completed, the phone will check to see if an update is available.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 family has been well-received, with reviewers praising the cameras, design, and overall performance. However, with any new release, there may be some bugs that need to be ironed out, and Samsung is quick to address any issues.
Users can expect further updates and improvements to the Samsung Galaxy S23 family in the coming months, as Samsung continues to listen to feedback and make necessary changes.