Motorola has announced that its recent android smartphones will receive updates such as security patches for addressing the stagefright vulnerability issue. Stagefright is a recently discovered android vulnerability which makes it possible for hackers to access the smartphone remotely without the consent of the owner.
Google, Samsung and some other manufacturers have already announced security updates in this regard. Motorola handsets which will receive the patches include: Moto X (1st generation and 2nd generation), Moto X Pro, Motorola Droid Turbo/ Moto Max, Moto G (1st generation, 2nd generation and 3rd generation), Moto G LTE (1st generation and 2nd generation), Moto E (1st generation and 2nd generation), Moto E LTE (2nd generation), Motorola Droid Ultra, Droid Mini and Droid Max.
The brand new Moto X Style/ Moto X Pure Edition and Moto X Play are not included in the list to get security patches. This is because all these handsets will have security patches integrated at launch. According to the reports, Motorola might release its Moto X Play by this month end, while the Moto X Style/ Pure Edition will be unveiled in the starting of September.