In today’s section, the devices receiving new updates are Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+ that are being served the all-new July security patch, while Samsung Galaxy A8s is grabbing the June OTA.

Verizon is rolling out the June patch and firmware update to a bunch of devices namely Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, LG G8 ThinQ, LG V50 ThinQ 5G, Samsung Galaxy A21, Galaxy J3 (3rd gen.), Galaxy J3 V, and Moto Z4. Let’s discuss them in detail, one at a time.

Samsung Galaxy S20 & Samsung Galaxy S20+

Samsung has now pushed the July security update to the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+.

Samsung Galaxy S20

The brand new July update with camera improvements is up for grabs for Samsung Galaxy S20. The version number for this update is G988BXXU3ATFG / G988BOXM3ATFG (Size:317.95).

Samsung Galaxy S20 July
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Samsung Galaxy S20+

Another Samsung device securing the July OTA is Samsung Galaxy S20+. It secures version number G985FXXU3ATFG / G985FOXM3ATFG and is 315.70MB in size.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ July OTA
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Samsung Galaxy A8s

Next up we have the Samsung Galaxy A8s picking up the June OTA as version G8870ZCU4CTF2/G8870CHC4CTF2. The update improves the security of the device and is 229.85MB in size.

Samsung Galaxy A8s June OTA
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Verizon Update

The popular US carrier Verizon has released new updates to a number of devices.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

First up is the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G receiving the June OTA with Software Version: QP1A.190711.020.G977UVRU4CTEA. The security and stability of the device are enhanced with this update. Below is the changelog:

Changelog
The current software update provides performance improvements and the most up to date Android security patches on your device.
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LG G8 ThinQ & LG V50 ThinQ 5G

Then we have the LG G8 ThinQ and LG V50 ThinQ 5G picking up June security patches. The update hit the devices as version: G820UM20e (LG G8 ThinQ) and V450VM20d (LG V50 ThinQ). Find the common changelog below:

Changelog
The current software update gives you the most up to date Android security patches on your device.
Source1, source2

Samsung Galaxy A21

Another device picking up the June OTA released by Verizon is Samsung Galaxy A21 (version QP1A.190711.020.A215USQU1ATF4). Not only does the update provide the latest security patches but it also improves the performance and stability of the device.

Samsung Galaxy J3 (3rd gen) & Galaxy J3 V

Another two devices fetching the Verizon June OTA are Samsung Galaxy J3 (3rd gen) and Galaxy J3 V. The devices get upgraded to version PPR1.180610.011.J337VPPVRS7BTF1 (Samsung Galaxy J3 V (3rd Gen.) and PPR1.180610.011.J337VVRS7BTF1 (Samsung Galaxy J3) respectively. Here’s the common changelog:

Changelog
his software update has been tested to optimize device performance, resolve known issues and apply the latest security patches.
The current software update provides the most up to date Android security patches on your device.
Source1, source2

Motorola Moto Z4

Lastly, Motorola Moto Z4 is receiving the newest firmware update issued by Verizon which arrives as build QDF30.130-42-5. The update brings fixes for Bluetooth audio issues and Call Filter app. Here’s the detailed changelog:

Changelog
Bluetooth® audio issue

This software update includes a Bluetooth firmware improvement. Some users may have experienced garbled audio when connected to a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi router and using Bluetooth audio accessories.
Call Filter app fixes

This software update includes improvements to support the Verizon Call Filter application
Smart Updates

This software update includes the Smart Updates feature to the moto z4. This feature allows users to enable automatic installation of security updates at a specified time of the day.
User interface improvements

The current software includes user interface improvements for audio and video calling experience.
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That’s all for now, stay tuned for more updates.

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