Galaxy S23 Receives Second Android 14 Update


  • Samsung is pushing a second Android 14-based update to the Galaxy S23 series in some markets, with the latest security patch.
  • The Galaxy S23 series is receiving the November security update, with the US versions already having received the latest security patch.
  • Samsung is also pushing the November SMR to other Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy A54 5G, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy Z Flip 5.
  • The Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy Z Flip 5 will all receive the Android 14 update in the coming weeks.

Samsung Pushes Second Android 14-Based Update to Galaxy S23 Series

Samsung is updating the Galaxy S23 series with the latest security patch, following the major One UI 6.0 update that was released a couple of weeks ago. The November security patch is also being made available for the Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A52, while the Galaxy Z Flip 5 is now receiving the update outside the US.

Galaxy S23 Series Gets November Security Update

The Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy S23 series was previously released in Europe and gradually expanded to other markets, including the US last week. However, this update only included the October security patch outside of the US. Samsung is now separately providing the November update to the Galaxy S23 lineup in Europe and Asia with an OTA download size of around 340MB.

New SMR Available for More Galaxy Devices

In addition to the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung is also rolling out the November security update to the Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A52 in different regions. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 is also receiving the November update in international markets. All three devices are expected to receive the Android 14 update in the coming weeks.

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