After releasing the August 2021 Android security patch for the Galaxy A52 and A72, the company has now rolled out the latest security patch to three more smartphones — Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The new build carrying the August 2021 security patch comes with firmware version G99x0ZCU2AUGE and the update for the S21 Ultra requires a download of about 300MB.l.
The update is currently seeding in China and should begin rolling in Hong Kong and Taiwan in a few days, with the rollout expected to expand to more countries in a couple of weeks.
All three devices are 5G ready and are powered with Samsung’s own state-of-the-art Exynos 2100 chipset. The top-end model Galaxy S21 Ultra in 12GB+256GB was launched at Rs 105,999 (Phantom Black, Sliver colours) while Galaxy S21 Ultra (16GB+512GB) variant was launched for Rs 116,999 (Phantom Black colour).
The device has a quad rear camera (ultra-wide, wide and dual tele-lenses) that features an upgraded 108MP pro sensor, from which you can capture 12-bit HDR photos with 64 times richer colour data and more than three times wider dynamic range.
Galaxy S features a 6.2-inch display while Galaxy S21+ sports an expanded 6.7-inch display and a larger battery.