Sony Xperia XZ3 & XZ2 February update brings mixed fingerprint sensor reports; T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro 5G also gets Feb OTA
Some new updates are in store for the Sony Xperia phones while T-Mobile also updates its OnePlus 7 Pro 5G variant. Notably, the updates bring in the February 2020 security patchset.
Xperia XZ2 series is getting updated to February 2020 patch that includes the regular XZ2, XZ2 Compact, XZ2 Dual, XZ2 Premium. Xperia XZ3 users are also getting a similar update like the XZ2 with tons of bug fixes, the major being the fingerprint scanner fix.
While the US carrier network, T-Mobile brings in system improvements as a part of this February update.
Sony Xperia XZ3, Xperia XZ2, XZ2 Compact, XZ2 Dual, XZ2 Premium
The update for XZ3 is hitting the units with the version number 52.1.A.0.618 and weighs in around 280 MB in size. Note that the Android 10 update has been re-released for the Xperia XZ3 phones which were halted due to several bugs.
Xperia XZ2 series that includes XZ2, XZ2 Compact, XZ2 Dual, XZ2 Premium is also getting the same update with the same version number.
The update (as mentioned above) brings in fix for one of the most annoying bugs that were triggered by the Android 10 update, i.e. the fingerprint issue.
However, taking a look at the responses from the users, some say that the update has improved the response of the fingerprint scanner, while some say that it has made it about 50-60% snappier.
T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro 5G
The T-Mobile February patchset for the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G users arrives with the version number V10.0.27.HD61CB and its size is around 182.1 MB.
The new update includes system improvements along with the February patchset. Below is the official changelog of the update along with the screenshot of the same:
The software update includes the following:
– Android Security Patch Updated to February 2020
– System improvements
PiunikaWeb reader should know that the T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro 5G previous update enhanced the 5G download and upload speed and also improved the stability of the device.
So, in order to keep your device secure, it is recommended that you download the latest available security patches for your devices.
PiunikaWeb started as purely an investigative tech journalism website with main focus on ‘breaking’ or ‘exclusive’ news. In no time, our stories got picked up by the likes of Forbes, Foxnews, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge, Macrumors, and many others. Want to know more about us? Head here.