Samsung is bolstering the security of its mid-range smartphones by rolling out the September 2023 security update to several models, including the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72. These updates are now available in select Asian and Latin American countries, enhancing the security of these devices.
In Russia, the Galaxy A52 is receiving the September 2023 security update, identified by firmware version A525FXXU6DWH2. Meanwhile, users in Brazil, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic with the Galaxy A52 5G can access the update via firmware version A526BXXS5EWI1. For those in Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine using the Galaxy A72, the update bears firmware version A725FXXU6DWH2.
To apply the security update, users can simply navigate to their device's settings, select "Software update," and then tap "Download and install." Alternatively, they have the option to manually download the firmware files from Samsung's firmware database and install them on their devices.
It's worth noting that the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72 originally came with Android 11 pre-installed. Over time, they have received two major Android OS updates, ensuring that users have access to the latest features and security enhancements. Furthermore, Samsung has committed to providing an Android 14 update later this year, underscoring its dedication to ongoing device performance and security improvements.
By delivering regular security updates to its mid-range smartphones, Samsung aims to ensure that users across various device categories can enjoy a safe and secure mobile experience. These updates not only address existing vulnerabilities but also help in preventing potential security threats, contributing to a more robust and protected user environment.