Google has good news for Android users

Internet search giant Google has supposedly made it a command for all popular Smartphone’s and tablets to get 2 years of Android security updates.

As indicated to a report by The Verge, Google's secret demonstrate numerous makers presently have unequivocal commitments about their telephones updated written into their contract with Google.

The contract reveals that Google’s Android accomplices determine that they should give “at least 4 security updates” within the first year of the device's launch. In the 2nd year too, security updates are mandated, however, without a specified minimum number of releases.

The terms of the agreement are applicable to any gadget launched after January 31, 2018 and has been enacted by more than 100,000 users.

Post July 31 2018, the fixing necessities were applied to 75% of a manufacturer’s “security mandatory models.” Starting on January 31, 2019, Google will need that all security compulsory gadgets receive these updates.

According to The Verge, if manufacturers neglect to keep their gadgets updated, Google says it could withhold approval of future phones, which could keep them from being released.

A Google representative did not confirm whether the reported contract will be valid for gadgets available across worldwide markets. The representative did specify that the 90-day security patches were a minimum security hygiene requirement and added that the majority of the deployed gadget for over 200 different Android models from over 30 Android gadget manufacturers is running a security update from the most last 90 days.
Google additionally reported that will charge hardware firms up to $40 per gadget to use its apps under a new licensing system to replace one that the European Union this year deemed anti-competitive. The new expense becomes into effect on October 29 for any new Smartphone or tablet models launched in the European Economic Area and running Google's Android operating system. The charge can be as low as $2.50 and rises relying on the country and device measure, the person said. It is standard across manufacturers, with the majority likely to pay around $20, the person included.