New update alert: Huawei P20 lite, Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, Nokia C1, Verizon Motorola Moto Z3, Oppo F11/F11 Pro & A9
Daily, one or the other smartphone OEM, push a new update for its devices, be it security or firmware updates. Samsung, which is now a name to reckon when it comes to rolling out updates, is pushing the March 2020 update for Galaxy J7 Pro.
While devices like Huawei P20 Lite, Nokia C1, Motorola Moto Z3, Oppo A9, and Oppo F11/F11 Pro are grabbing the February 2020 security patchset.
Let us take a look at the updates received on each of the above-mentioned devices, one by one:
(March 2020 update)
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
Samsung launched the Galaxy J7 Pro back in June 2017, and while such older devices from other OEMs are not being looked after by the majority of the OEMs, the latest March 2020 update is now live for Galaxy J7 Pro users.
The update comes with the version number CTB1 and weighs in a nominal 43.21 MB in size. It is purely incremental in nature and just improves the security patch level.
– The security of your device has been improved.
(February 2020 update)
Huawei P20 Lite users are also grabbing a new security update, which is the February 2020 patch. The update comes with version number EMUI 126.96.36.1996 and weighs in around 217 MB in size.
February 2020 update is also rolling out for the Verizon Motorola Moto Z3 as well. It is being pushed with the version number PDXS29.84-51-6 and you can check out the screenshot of the update below:
As per the Nokia OTA Repository Telegram channel, the February 2020 update with version V1.080 is now available for the Nokia C1 users. The update is reportedly 229.2 MB in size.
Oppo has also joined the bandwagon and released the February 2020 patchset for the Oppo F11, F11 Pro and Oppo A9. The update for all the three devices arrives with version A.42 and it weighs in around 2.28 GB in size.
The changelog mentioned below is the same for the trio:
• Added the February 2020 Android security patch to enhance system security.
• Improved system performance and stability.
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