The security patch of the month has still not reached as many Samsung handsets as it should have by now, but the Galaxy A50 becomes one of the first to receive the update via OTA in India and Sri Lanka. Given that the handset was both meant for and launched in the subcontinental regions, that doesn't really come as a surprise though.
Once you realize the fact that the Galaxy A50 is a mid-ranger ($285 approx.), the device does sport some pretty amazing specs for the price really, which includes a 6.4-inch, FHD+ Super AMOLED display, a 25-mp sensor with two additional 8-mp and 5-mp sensors on both its sides to make an impressive triple camera setup for the smartphone. It does sport a notch though, that Samsung calls "Infinity-U," but we all know it as the teardrop/waterdrop/dewdrop notch that you have seen on countless other devices in the last six months or so. The firmware will land via OTA as version A505FDDU1ASC1, and since this one is indeed quite a critical security patch, do get your device updated as soon as possible.