Samsung is now pushing the Android November 2020 security patch to Galaxy Note10, Galaxy S10, S20, and Note20 lineups via new firmware updates. The firmware updates aren’t identical in the sense that they have a different version number and come with a different changelog, except for the fact that they all offer the latest security patch.
The firmware update for the Galaxy S20 series brings only the latest security patch, and that’s all that you get. Similar is the case with the Galaxy Note20 firmware update as it brings no changes except the security update. Galaxy S10 users, on the other hand, are getting camera stability improvements, Wi-Fi improvements alongside the November security update.
Samsung is currently giving finishing touches to the Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 update, meaning the update will be soon available for supported devices. Samsung Galaxy S10, S20, Note10, Note20 are all eligible to get the latest version of the OneUI 3.0.
Meanwhile, Galaxy S20, S10, Note10, Note20 users can now go to the Settings > Software update > Download and install to download and install the October 2020 security update on their smartphone.