Saturday, September 30, 2023

The Galaxy S22 Exynos models are getting a great update


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In the middle of the second month of this year, Samsung unveiled its high-end Galaxy S22 series. 3 models were presented:

  • Samsung Galaxy S22,
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 + and S
  • amsung Galaxy S22 Ultra,

which arrived as direct successors to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S21 models.

Since the phones were delivered to customers, Samsung has already sent some updates to the Galaxy S22 model. For example, last month’s update brought the option of disabling GOS. Now the phones are receiving another update, which seems to be the best so far.

European versions of the Samsung Galaxy S22 model with the Exynos 2200 chip are now starting to receive a new update. It comes with firmware number S90xBXXU1AVDA and interestingly, it doesn’t bring a new security patch. The phones still have a security patch for this month, but that’s why the update brings much more significant improvements.


Namely, the latest update weighs 485 MB and brings an improvement in the performance of the phone. Users of the Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 +, and Galaxy S22 Ultra phones who received this upgrade, report that they have experienced even faster animations and smoother phone operation.

Also, some users report noticing faster performance when opening and using the camera app.

If you are a user of one of the Galaxy S22 models, by going to Settings -> Software Update, you can check if the mentioned update is already available.

Sammobile recently reported that users of the Samsung Galaxy S22 model had a certain problem after upgrading their phones. One 1.4 GB upgrade brought a problem with audio-video desynchronization. Namely, users reported that they had this problem in several applications, such as YouTube, and Google Chrome, but also in Samsung’s video playback application.







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