These Android smartphones received a (security) update – week 28

No major updates this week and only a handful. That’s almost certainly because last week the new July patch rolled out and more manufacturers came out with updates.

The Android security update overview from week 28 – 2021

Every week we publish dozens of news on Android Planet about new devices, apps, we give tips, we post videos and you can read everything about smartphone updates. To keep everything tidy, we have published some large update overviews. Check the Android 11 update overview and of course the Android 12 update overview for the version of the operating system that will follow later this year.

Then there is also the large security update overview, in which you can quickly see until when your smartphone will receive security updates. Those patches are also very important, because they help protect your device against adware, malware, ransomware or, for example, fleeceware.

In this weekly overview, which we publish every Friday, we keep track of all updates for you. This way you know immediately when an update is rolling out for your device, both a version update and a security patch. Do you see the smartphone you have in the list below, but haven’t you seen an update yet? Don’t worry, the rollout can take a while, so just be patient.




Can’t see an update right away? Please wait

Hundreds of devices are released every year, so it is easy that your device is not mentioned in the above list. Updates roll off the line regularly, so you might have better luck next round. Such a roll-out can also first start in other countries, so you simply have to be patient.

Have you received an update on your device or tablet? Let us know immediately, for example by sending an email to [email protected]! Of course you can also find us at Facebook, Instagram on Twitter. Finally, you can also leave a comment in the comments below if you see an update. Thanks!

How Android updates refresh and protect your smartphone

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