Essential was among the few OEMs who put up Android 10 into their phones immediately after the launch. Not just OS, but Essential gets its security patchsets on time every time. It got its December security patch update on time.
Essential has first brought its first generation of mobiles in 2017. It has survived this aggressive market with some of the top-selling mobile phones.
Now, the company has announced the launch of its second-generation smartphone. There were no reliable details about the phone even though the device made some rounds on the internet for a while.
If you own a first-generation Essential Phone, the OEM released the January 2020 update for the device. The update holds the latest January 2020 security patchset for the device. The update is not entirely incremental but also comes along with some audio improvements for the device.
The first-generation device is powered by Snapdragon 835 and runs on 4GB RAM. The internal storage offered is 128GB. It has a 3,040 mAh battery and dual 13 MP camera on the rear side. On the rear, it also holds a Fingerprint sensor.
The new update has the build number QQ1A.200105.007. Here you can see the picture of the official rollout of the latest update including the changelog:
The screenshot is found on Twitter. The update is available via OTA. If you can’t find the update, then you can get the update manually by selecting – Settings > System > Advanced > System update.
Install the update and let us know the update’s working condition.