The first smartphone to receive the August 2021 security update was the Galaxy A52. The rollout started back in late July, and many Samsung smartphones have already received the update. Now the update has finally reached the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+ along with several other smartphones, namely the Galaxy A02s, the Galaxy A31, and the Galaxy A71 5G.
Samsung launched the update with firmware version G97xFXXUCFUH3 in Switzerland. The new update includes the August 2021 security patch that addresses 40 vulnerabilities and may also carry device stability improvements and general bug fixes. You can check for the update in the notification bar or the Settings menu. In the Settings menu, select "Software update" and tap "Download and Install".
The Galaxy S10 series came into the world with Android 9 Pie in March 2019, and earlier this year, the smartphones were updated to the Android 11-based One UI 3.0.