Week 38: Android Smartphone Update Weekly Recap: Android 14/13, Security Patches

A few days back, the search engine giant started rolling out Android 14 beta version 4.1 for Pixel device owners. To ensure stability, this release is the most refined and stable version of the upcoming Android 14 OS. Meanwhile, select non-Pixel flagship devices from partner brands plan to roll out their first Android 14 beta update next month. Meanwhile, we are sharing an overview of the smartphones that have received the new software update this week and the latest July 2023 security patch.

All the major smartphone brands like Realme, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Samsung are releasing monthly security patches for their flagship and entry-level devices in different regions. Here in this blog, we are sharing the list of devices that have received the firmware this week.

The latest monthly (July 2023) security update for Android smartphones comes with minor performance, system security, stability optimizations, and fixes for several issues and vulnerabilities. In addition, the bulletin includes fixes for a total of 12 vulnerabilities in the Framework and 11 in the System section.

There are 3 fixes in the kernel and 1 fix for the Google Play System Updates section. The company has classified these vulnerabilities based on their severity from low to severe. This article provides an overview of the list of devices that have received the update this week.

Overview of the July 2023 Software Updates by Week:

Here is the detailed review of July 2023 updates by week now:

One UI 6.0 Internal testing:

  • Galaxy S22
  • Galaxy A52
  • Galaxy S21

Samsung July 2023 security update 

  • Galaxy A54
  • Galaxy S20 FE 5TG
  • Galaxy S23
  • GalaxyA31
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3, Fold 3

Realme UI 4.0 Incremental Update:

  • Realme GT2

Realme July 2023 updates:

  • Realme 8 Pro
  • Realme 9 4G

OnePlus July 2023 updates:

  • OnePlus Nord s20 SE
  • OnePlus 11
  • OnePlus 11R

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