February security update starts hitting Samsung’s flagship devices
Samsung has announced that it has started rolling out the latest Android security update to its “major flagship models.” The update includes patches from both Google and Samsung.
What’s worth mentioning here is that the South Korean company didn’t explicitly mention which of its flagship devices are getting the update, although reports say the list includes the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6 family, Galaxy Note 4 and Note5, as well as the Tab S and Tab S2.
Of the devices mentioned above, the Galaxy Tab S2 has already started receiving the February security update. In addition, handsets from Huawei, Motorola, and BlackBerry, as well as Nexus devices have also received the update.