The Galaxy S10 just got the March security patch

0

The Galaxy S10 isn’t particularly a new phone, but it still has plenty of use in 2022. 2019’s flagship just got a new security patch to help it be more secure; however, it is not the latest and greatest. Samsung has just rolled out the March 2022 security patch to Galaxy S10 phones in the US.

March 2022 security patch brings the usual Galaxy S10 updates

Currently, according to Sam-Mobile, this March security patch only landed for the carrier unlocked version of the Galaxy S10 (build G97xU1UES6HVD1). It hasn’t been dropped for the carrier-locked version of the phone, so you’ll need to keep an eye out for that one.

The March security patch fixes 50 vulnerabilities in phone software. Not only that, but there are your typical bug fixes and stability improvements. While these bugs and stability issues may not have been felt by the user, they are still nice to have.

It’s a little disappointing that Samsung is pushing last month’s update. The company just released the April 2022 security patch for its Galaxy S22 phones and latest Galaxy foldables (European models, though). With this update, these phones got 88 vulnerability fixes along with bug fixes and stability fixes.

Is the Galaxy S10 still a good phone to buy in 2022?

The Galaxy S10 was released a while ago. To put it into perspective, it launched a year before Covid-19 hit and revamped the world’s schedule. Although it’s a few years old, you should still be good at most daily tasks and games. Plus, the display will still look stunning in 2022. The standard variant still has 1440p+ resolution.

What about software support? The Galaxy S9 just received its end-of-life update, which means the Galaxy S10 could receive its death certificate next year. Now it won’t be hacked the second it gets its latest update, so you can use it for quite a while if you want.

Honestly, you should be able to buy one if you just need a phone with a great screen and Samsung software that you don’t plan on using for too long. You can probably find a used Galaxy S10 for between $350 and $500 if you look around. While that’s not a bad price range, you’ll be able to find a Galaxy S20 FE for around the same price with a newer processor and newer software.

Share.

About Author

Comments are closed.