Google released its latest Android security update on the first day of this month, making it immediately available to supported Nexus and Pixel devices. Samsung began rolling out that update to its Galaxy S7 this week, starting in the Netherlands, where it's also now available for another of the company's devices.
The May security patches have begun rolling out to the Galaxy A5 (2017) in several European markets, bringing the handset's firmware version up to A520FXXU1AQE2.
The update, which is around 155MB in size, includes fixes for 54 vulnerabilities and exposures in the Android OS, along with a further 11 patches specific to Samsung's Galaxy range. As is often the case with these security rollups, Samsung has also included unspecified bug fixes and performance improvements for the device.