Aside from monthly security stickers for Pixels, Google puts out regular Google Play system updates for Android devices. Goggle most likely fix bugs and also add trendy features to many core Operating Software components like location services, urgent alerts, contact/data syncing, etc. The feature is a continuation of Project Mainline, which was first debuted together with Android 10.
This feature allows the big G to update some Android features without rolling out a new Operating Software build or requiring carrier approval. A lot of users are not aware of recent Google Play system builds because they are automatically feature installed in the background. Moreover, if you are extremely curious, this will company now aid a kind of support page that explains the improvements in each of the new build.
Google Play system updates are also used for tablets, phones, Wear Operating Software watches, Android Auto, and other Google-certified Android devices. This is why the changelog in Google’s support page (via 9to5Google) has mentioned that the improvements that runs on several different devices. While Play system have been built which was rolled out for a few years now, the company recently listed the changes are about to start. The page also published the improvements in the quarterly Play Store and Play Services updates.
The recent update launched the improvements to “battery life, device connectivity, privacy stability, network usage, security, and updatability.” The January 2022 update which was released has improvements for the timezone management system and an upgraded aid for a new daylight savings time dynamic changes in different countries. In order to check the Google Play system version on your Android phone by navigating to Settings > Security > Google Play system update. The option is tucked under Settings > Biometrics and security > or you can install it. These updates are normally automatically installed in the background and only requires a restart for the changes to take work out.