Nokia X20 5G, G21, & G50 Get October 2022 Update With Security Improvements

Nowadays, Nokia smartphone users are waiting for the latest Android 13 operating system. Also, the company is yet to start rolling out the Android 13 update to its smartphones. On the other hand, the company has started sending a new monthly update for its smartphones. 

In a recent development, the Nokia X20, Nokia G21, and Nokia G50 smartphone users are grabbing the October 2022 Android security patch for better device security. This update comes with some fixes and boosts system performance.

However, these compatible smartphones do not bring any Android build number for the October 2022 update, but you can download this latest update with the following software package size.

  • Nokia X20 5G: 59.49 MB
  • Nokia G21: 14.82 MB
  • Nokia G50: 120 MB

Now, all the above smartphones are currently running on the Android 12 update and will soon receive the Android 13 update according to the Nokia Update policy. On the other hand, the monthly update improves all aspects of the device with the latest security solution.

According to the information, this update mainly works to improve the system’s security and stability to provide a seamless user experience by reducing system problems, including crashing, freezing, lagging, and others. Additionally, this update also fixes some bugs and issues that are related to the user’s privacy and security.

At the same time, the Google October 2022 security page mentions 6 Framework, 8 System, and 2 Media Framework CVEs that get fixed after you install the latest monthly security update on your device. Apart from this, this update does not come with any other notable changes and modifications.


  • Google Security Patch 2022-10

How To Update:

Firstly, go to the device’s Settings. Scroll down and tap on the System, then tap on the Software update sectionFrom here, click on the Checks for the update; if an update is available, click on the Download button. Wait for the download, tap on the Install, and it’s done.

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Sanz Miller

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