Verizon rolls out Android security patches to a whooping eleven devices
There was a time when OEM would stall on the pushing out of security patches for the devices in the market but currently, they are starting to take the business seriously. We have now seen manufacturers push out the updates to at least, their high-end users, within a week of release by Google. Banking on the same piece of information, Verizon has started to roll out Android security patches to a total of 11 smartphones registered to its network today.
This is quite a laudable feat on the part of Verizon which sure bets the single rollouts that is common to other carriers in the US. These updates carry only the security patches and as soon as the owners of the various units get their own bump installed, they would be up with the latest in the realm of Android security patches. For the phones that are bound to get this update, the list carries users of the HTC 10, Moto Z Droid, Moto Z Force Droid, Moto Z Play, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note 5, Note Edge, Galaxy S5, S6/ S6 Edge, and the S6 Edge+.
Like we always remember to tell you, it might take a while to start getting your update as this is an OTA rollout.
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