June 2020 Android security update rolling out for Google Pixel and some Samsung Galaxy phones
Another month is in the books which means it’s time for a new Android security patch update. Today being the first Monday of the month, Google is rolling out the June 2020 security patches to the Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL. This comes along with the latest Pixel Feature Drop, which has been outlined here.
A number of “notable fixes” have been made for devices from the Pixel 2 all the way up to the Pixel 4. You can see all the fixes along with the accompanying devices in the chart below. The rollout is starting today, depending on your carrier and device. Google notes that Pixel 2/2 XL and Pixel 3/3 XL users on T-Mobile and Google Fi will have to wait a couple more days, until June 4th specifically, to get the Android security update.
- Build Number (Global):
- Pixel 2 (XL): QQ3A.200605.001
- Pixel 3 (XL): QQ3A.200605.001
- Pixel 3a (XL): QQ3A.200605.002
- Pixel 4 (XL): QQ3A.200605.001
- Build number (Telstra):
- Pixel 2 (XL): QQ3A.200605.002.A1
- Pixel 3 (XL): QQ3A.200605.002.A1
- Pixel 3a (XL): QQ3A.200605.002.A1
- Pixel 4 (XL): QQ3A.200605.002.A1
Several Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 10 series have already received the June 2020 Android security update. The Galaxy A50, Galaxy Note 8, and Galaxy XCover Pro are not far behind. Samsung continues to impressively roll out security updates nearly at the same time as Google. For more information about monthly security patches, be sure to read our overview of how the monthly patch process works. Check your Pixel device today to get the latest batch of fixes.