Samsung started sending out a new update for the model Galaxy A5 (2016), which brings together an important security fix. Koreans need to do justice – in this respect they excel really great.
Samsung and support – for many geeks juxtaposition of these two words is an oxymoron. This is not surprising, since the Koreans long worked on this opinion, committing crimes such as lack of Android 4.4 KitKat for the Galaxy S3. The pace of new releases of the system is also not the best, because Samsung regularly gives out ahead of the competition and it is often up to several months. However, for some time you will see that the manufacturer is getting serious in its approach to broad-based support for their devices, particularly in terms of providing security patches.As last year, Samsung announced the matter seriously monthly security updates Android, few believed in these declarations, hoping to quickly abandon the idea. But time passes, and Samsung really regularly delivers new security fixes for its smartphones, and not only of the highest shelves. Last such an amendment has been J7 Galaxy (2016), and today another hit the Galaxy A5 (2016). The new software package is available for the European model of Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) with the designation code SM-A510F and brings important security fix. Unfortunately, they not told exactly what the problem concerned. It is worth noting that the update does not bring Google amendments of December, so Samsung decided not to wait, and he fixed a critical error. The owners of this smartphone will get so two separate amendments within one month. Of course, some of you may notice that the delivery of monthly security patches ,, just art for art '' and not much really changes, but in spite of all counts manufacturer approach to the whole matter. I myself am a supporter of major updates once in a while (eg. Does Lenovo Moto), but Samsung gets me a big plus for the part of its policy of support for their devices, because as one of the few manufacturers provide regular security fixes. Source: galaxyclub own study