LG G5 Receives Blueborn High-Risk Security Patch from AT&T
The Blueborne security patch is being rolled out by every major US network carrier right now. AT&T is one of the first carriers to start issuing this major software update and LG G5 is next in line to receive it. While most LG G5 owners are disappointed because they were actually expecting AT&T to roll out Android 8.0 Oreo to them, they should be happy to know that the Blueborne security patch is quite important.
Blueborne Security Patch
The update is fairly large in size, weighing at 216MB and it contains firmware version such as H82020p. Moreover, Blueborne also contains a bunch of bug fixes and performance tweaks. However, the thing that makes Blueborne so important is the fact that it takes care of a high-risky security breach.
A recently discovered Blueborne vulnerability can be used by hackers in order to get access to the entire device. As you can probably tell, no one wants to be the target of such a malware attack since all of their private information will be leaked. Therefore, downloading the new Blueborne security patch as soon as possible is the wisest decision that LG G5 owners can make.
LG G5 was launched back in April of 2016 and it’s become quite a popular smartphone since then. The device ships with a 5.3-inches IPS LCD panel that’s been coated in Corning Gorilla Glass 4 for additional protection. Moreover, the display offers a high 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution and it supports multitouch.
In terms of hardware power, LG G5 boasts with one of Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 820 chipsets. The processor clocks at 2.15GHz and its paired with an Adreno 530 graphics processing unit alongside 4GB of RAM. Last but not least, LG G5 is being kept awake by a removable Li-Ion 2,800 mAh battery.