The Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime and Galaxy Grand Neo already receive the January security patch. While they may not be the most popular or popular smartphones now, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime and Galaxy Grand Neo still exist. Therefore, users have the right to have their devices updated to keep their defense against vulnerabilities up to date.
Fortunately, it seems that Samsung does not forget its low range. Thanks to GSMArena we have been able to know that some users have started to already receive the security patch of January in their respective Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo and Galaxy J2 Prime.
Everything seems to indicate that the deployment of this update is under way, and if it has not yet reached your device, it will do so over the next few days. Anyway, this version of the security patch is named G532GDXU1AQA4 for the Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime and I9060CUBS0AQA1 for the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo.
Although it is a phone that does not go beyond the version of Android in which they are currently, Samsung as a brand has a duty to keep these devices free of potential vulnerabilities that could endanger users’ data.
If we remember, Galaxy Grand Neo is the oldest of this pair, having been launched in February 2014. This old smartphone has a Broadcom BCM23550 quad-core 1.2 GHz processor accompanied by 1 GB of RAM and 8/16 GB storage. These features were a luxury for that time.
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime, on the other hand, boasts of being more recent, although its features are also nothing out of the ordinary. The terminal in question has a processor signed by MediaTek, namely the MT6737T four-core 1.4 GHz accompanied by 1.5 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage.
In short, we can see that now they are not very popular smartphones, however it is gratifying to see that, at least, Samsung provides support for a mobile as old as can be the Galaxy Grand Neo.