Verizon is a little quicker this time with Android Security updates, and now it is rolling out a new Update for its former Droid flagship as well as for a bunch of budget devices. Starting with the Droid Flagship, the Motorola Moto Z Droid is getting the December Security patch with firmware build NDNS26.118-23-12-7, the update is over the air, and it also contains the KRACK vulnerability fix, so you should install this update as soon as possible.
Moving ahead, another device that is also receiving the Android Security update with firmware build J727VVRU1AQK4 on the Standard variant of Samsung Galaxy J7 V (model number SM-J727V), as well as for it’s Prepaid variant which receives the software with the version number as J727VPPVRU1AQK4.
Another Samsung device that is blessed with the December security patch is the Galaxy J3 Eclipse for the standard version the build number is J327VVRU1AQK4, while this device also has a prepaid model and its firmware build number is J327VPPVRU1AQK4.
Now according to theandroidsoul (TAS) after you install the update you will notice that the LTE icon gets shifted to the left corner, and along with this, you will now get alerts when the network is switched from LTE to WiFi and vice versa.
Apart from this, the Moto Z2 Force on Verizon is also getting a Stable Android Oreo 8.0 update, while the Galaxy Note 8 Exynos variant suddenly receives the Oreo 8.0 update. If you’re on Verizon and own these devices, then keep checking for these updates manually by heading over to Settings > About Phone then into System Software updates.