One thing you need to know is that Android updates work in a different manner to what Apple offers. For example, if you have an iPhone which falls under the update window then you just need to know if an update has been released.
Taking an example of iOS 13, all the supported iPhones received their update on the same day. So you can install these updates right away.
But Android updates are not available at once for all devices. This is because each manufacturer takes its own time to push the update. Even Google might sometimes delay Android updates for their Pixel phones instead of ‘Day 1’ release.
So you need to understand that it is needed to keep your firmware updated for Android devices and keep checking if there is a new update which has arrived in last week or 15 days.
Receiving an update, however, is not at all difficult as it takes place over-the-air. Your manufacturer will send you an update which will be received by your phone and then you will be prompted to download and install it.
How to Update Your Android Firmware?
For updating firmware on your Android device, you will need to go to your device’s Settings app. Make sure to follow this path inside the Settings app to check for updates.
About Device > System Updates > Check for Updates. If a new update has arrived on the device, you need to make sure that it is downloaded and installed.
This will mean that you are on the latest firmware and this might be a security patch which Google releases every month for Android devices. It might also be a new Android version update which could drastically improve the look, feel and performance of your device. It is also recommended to be on the latest firmware version of your device as it is the most secure one for your device.