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The April Android Update is Captured by the Galaxy S23 Ultra

It is not surprising that both Samsung and Google are working hard on updates for their lineups of phones that are still supported this late in the month of April. Google released upgrades for the Pixel 4a through the Pixel 7 Pro this week after Samsung upgraded the Galaxy S21 range first. By updating the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung is now expanding its lineup.

The Galaxy S23 line’s improvements aren’t very significant and don’t seem to be the significant camera update that Samsung had promised would be available everywhere. Before that reaches the US, it might be another few weeks or perhaps May. Those are the assertions made by Verizon, which published changelogs for the This S23 line.

The most recent Galaxy S23 Ultra update, according to Big Red, “provides performance improvements and the most recent Android security patches on your device.” See, there’s nothing regarding the cameras there, but we are receiving “performance improvements” of some kind. I wouldn’t say that my experience with the Galaxy S23 as a daily user has been negative in terms of performance. I am, however, always open to phone improvements in all areas.

The following new constructions are ones to keep an eye out for:

TP1A.220624.014.S918USQU1AWC8 Galaxy S23 Ultra

TP1A.220624.014.S916USQU1AWC8 Galaxy S23+

TP1A.220624.014.S911USQU1AWC8 Galaxy S23

We are informed that this most recent update is already available; simply navigate to Settings>Software update and select “Download and install.” My T-Mobile Galaxy S23 is unlocked.