Samsung Galaxy A50, Galaxy A10e, Moto E6 and Moto Z3 Get Verizon Software Updates

Matt Bird  |

Source: Samsung.com, Nashville Chatter

Verizon: Samsung Galaxy A50, Galaxy A10e, Moto E6 and Moto Z3 are the new devices Verizon is sending system updates to.

2020 has a lot to offer mobile users from new devices to updates on your most popular smart phones. Verizon recently dropped a series of new updates to these phones; Galaxy A50, Galaxy A10e, Moto E6 and Moto Z3. Below in a recent article by Nashville Chatter Class, is an outline of these updates. Most of these devices are being updated with the latest Android security patch. There are a couple of additional updates in one or two of these devices in addition to the security update patches. All these are updates are being sent over the air and should be reaching these devices in the hands of the Verizon users.

Samsung Galaxy A50

The Samsung Galaxy A50 is getting its system update No.4 from Verizon. The Android security update patch of December 2019 is included. There are reports claiming that even the January 2020 Android security update patch for January for the Samsung Galaxy A50 has been sent in markets like Russia. The same reports claim the update contains some improvements in addition to the Android security update. The Verizon update page, however, does not have reference to any other change in the device’s features with this update yet.


Samsung Galaxy A10e

This second system update from Verizon for the Samsung Galaxy A10e consists of the removal of Yahoo Play app from the device. Verizon has explained that there will be a specific notification on the removal of the Yahoo Play app. Instead, the users may receive a ‘service discontinued’ alert if they tried opening the app.

The December update patch from Android security is also part of this update file.

Motorola Moto E6

Motorola E6 is only a few months old into its release. It was made official in August 2019. This system update from Verizon is the second one. This phone also receives the latest Android security update patch dated December 1, 2019. No other changes are being made in this update.


Motorola Moto Z3

The Motorola Moto Z3 is an older device released by Lenovo in August 2018. Verizon informs the users on its update page for this device that there are fixes included in this update to take care of issues like random restarts of the device. There are also updates to improve the stability of the device. These are based on the feedback the company has been receiving from the users over a period.

The latest Android security update patch for the Motorola Moto Z3 of October 2019 is also included.

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Source (s): Verizon, Nashville Chatter Class, Andy Greeves


"Matt Bird" is the Network President of Equities News (Equities.com), Executive Producer and co-host of the Traders Network Show. 2019 Matt Bird was appointed to the advisory board and committee of Humanity 2.0, a Vatican City based non-profit focused on solving human impediments. Matt Bird also serves as chairman (Co-Founder) of Communication Marketing agency 1-800-PublicRelations (1800PR). In 2015 Matt Bird was ranked 3rd "Top 10 Most Influential Communications and Media Executives for Impact by the United Nation and PVBLIC - and was the acting director of communications for the U.N. SDG Media Zone. Matt Bird has lead ESG, social impact, sustainability and Public-Private Partnership initiatives for the United Nations, UN SDGs, UNCTAD, EU Parliament, NGOs and the U.S. Department of Commerce (International Trade Administration- trade.gov). Prior, Matt Bird was CEO of MUNCmedia, a (PaaS) news content distribution platform and network spanning 1400 publishers, reaching more than 110 million retail and institutional investors worldwide. In 2009 NASDAQ acquired the platform for integration into NASDAQ Financial Services group. The core technology and IP powers news targeting algorithms and content monitoring systems used by nearly all stock exchanges and newswires services today. On Sept, 21 2009 Matt Bird rang the NASDAQ Closing Bell in honor of his partnership the NASDAQ OMX and Globe Newswire for accomplishment to further the FinTech and financial communications industry. Matt Bird has severed as EVP and director rolls at BBDO, MarketWatch (formally ScreamingMedia), IGM. Mr. Bird current sits on numerous NGO, Public-Private partnership and reneging growth organization boards focus on economic development for social change.

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