February Android security patches make their way to Samsung Galaxy S5 in Europe

Samsung has begun rolling out the February security patches for Android to its Galaxy S5 across Europe. The February update is the most recent version to have been released, but it won't be long until Google makes the March patches generally available.

Samsung released the February patches for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy A3 almost three weeks ago. As SamMobile reports, the wait for Galaxy S5 owners in Europe to receive the latest security update is now at an end, bumping the handset up to firmware version G900FXXS1CQB5.

The Galaxy S5's age and specs mean that there's pretty much no chance of the device being updated to Android 7.0 Nougat, but it's commendable to see Samsung continuing to keep the device's security features up to date with the latest patches.

You can find out details of what's included in the Android February security update in Google's changelog here.

Source: SamMobile

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