Samsung has been releasing the latest security patch to all of their phones which is the June security patch. We have known that the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, as well as the Galaxy Note series consisting of Note 4, Note Edge as well as Note 5, have already received the June security patch from Google. Now, the company has released the June security patch to the Samsung Galaxy A3 which was released in 2016 as well as the Samsung Galaxy J series of smartphones which are the Galaxy J1 Ace Neo, J2 as well as the J7.
As far as the update is concerned, the updates are arriving with the software version number as A310N0KOU1CQF1 for the Galaxy A3 (2016), J200HXXU0AQF1 for the Galaxy J2, J700FXXS4BQF1 for the Galaxy J7 and J111FXXU0AQF1 for the Galaxy J1 Ace Neo. Now, You can expect the update to bring several systems and performance improvements to all the phones mentioned above. And, as is the case with any security patch, there will, of course, be bug fixes.
Also, as is the case with every update, make sure your device has enough charge left (60% at least) for the process to finish successfully. Also, it is wise to back up your personal data which will come in handy in case things go wrong. connect to a Wi-Fi network before downloading the update to avoid additional data charges. You can, however, continue without switching to a Wi-Fi network if you have enough cellular data. But, the most important thing to note is that the latest security patch from Google which is the June security patch has been known to solve the many bugs as well as flaws that were present in Android till now which allowed hackers to break the security of the device, therefore, it is important to install the update to your phones as early as possible.