The world’s largest telecommunication company, AT&T is now seeding the vital January patch to four of its carrier branded devices. Galaxy Express 3, Galaxy S7 Active, LG G5 and LG K10 are the smartphones entitled to get the minor updates that packs last month’s SMR. That makes up two devices each from the South-Korean vendors – Samsung and LG.
The January Security patch is of much importance as it plausibly safeguards the devices from newly popped-up notorious Spectre and Meltdown vulnerability. Hence, update your device as soon as the update notification arrives.
AT&T Samsung Galaxy Express 3 & Galaxy S7 Active Updates
The Android Marshmallow-powered Samsung Galaxy Express 3 with model number SM-J120A is receiving the update. The A suffix basically depicts an AT&T locked Samsung model. With the version number J120AUCS5ARA1, the update weighs 19.2MB in size.
Similarly, the minor update for the Android Nougat 7.0 (Samsung Experience 8.1) powered Galaxy S7 Active weighs in at 36.8MB. As the size indicates, the latest firmware version G891AUCS2BRA doesn’t bring any new catchy features for the device which is awaiting the next major upgrade to Samsung Experience 9.0 based on Android Oreo 8.0.
AT&T LG G5 and K10 Updates
Speaking of the LG devices, the LG G5 and LG K10 are receiving software version H82020r and K42520g respectivelyThe former update is of 61.4MB and the latter comes with 35MB of OTA package size.
Both of the devices are currently running the Android Nougat 7.0 and the respective updates come on top of it. For more details ragarding the LG’s January Security Patch, visit LG Security Bulletin.