Verizon has just released the software updates for three devices, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG Stylo 2V.
The updates will be sent as OTA and users should be able to receive them on their devices very soon. These are mainly Android security updates. The regular mention of performance enhancements is missing in all three cases.
Samsung Galaxy S7
Samsung Galaxy S7 receives February 2019 security patch update from Verizon as part of its 28th update. The phone comes with a display of 5.5 inches and for a phone released about 3 years ago, its specs and features can still command a premium. The display is super AMOLED and has protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4 GB RAM supports the processor. The onboard storage is limited to 32GB but a microSD card can take it to 512 GB.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
This 2016 release smartphone is receiving its update number 28 from Verizon which covers the February 2019 security patch. The last one, released in December 2018, was also meant to update the security patch. The phone’s specs and features are also not very different from Galaxy S7 as this is another variant of the same model.
LG Stylo 2V
This is one of the lower end devices from LG. Though the display size is 5.7 inches, the type of display, the processor, a Snapdragon 410 and 2 GB RAM, all denote a budget segment device.
The phone, also released in 2016, gets its 12th update now from Verizon which nourishes it with February 2019 security patch updates. This is the major component within this software update. The last time Verizon gave this LG device an update was way back in September 2018.
As mentioned above, all these are OTA updates and the only actions you have to take are to have the battery in your device fully charged and also that connection to the internet is through Wi-Fi.