HTC has released the latest devices in its HTC U series which is the HTC U Ultra as well as U Play and the recently launched HTC U11. The HTC U11 is the successor to the HTC 10 which was launched as the flagship device from the company for last year. The HTC 10 had been a tremendous success for the company and the smartphone has also been getting regular Android updates as well. Now, the HTC 10 on Verizon network in the US is starting to get an update. As expected, the update arrives with the latest security patch from Google to keep the phone up to date in terms of security.
As is the case with security updates, the June security patch is currently the latest security patch update as the July security patch was released just yesterday by Google and the July security patch could at least take a month to reach all of the devices. The update arrives as software version 2.41.605.20 and is being pushed over the air. As far as the update is concerned, the latest security patch will be installed on your smartphone after the installation. Also, your phone should have better performance, as well as the previous bugs that were present on your phone, should also be fixed after this update.
Also, Verizon as well as HTC, in their updates changelog have mentioned that the update can be downloaded on your phone if your phone runs the software version 2.41.605.18 which is the previous build on HTC 10. If you have not updated the device to that version, you will not receive this update so make sure to download and install that version first and later on, you will see this update pop-up on your device. Make sure to download this update sooner as it contains the June security patch which is important for security.