We knew that Stagefright fixes were due to start rolling out this week, and it's Sprint leading the pack. Sprint already rolled out an update to the Note 4 earlier this week, but now you can add several more Samsung devices to the list, plus the carrier has confirmed LMY48I for Nexus devices will have the Stagefright fixes included.
In case you've missed this story, the Stagefright vulnerability is a bug in the Android media handler that allows a device to be exploited via MMS. Sprint sells the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 directly, so it has listed a new Nexus build (LMY48I) with Stagefright fixes. Other Nexus phones and tablets will get the update as well, but it isn't clear if it will be the same build.
Samsung also has several device updates in the mix today including the Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, and Note Edge. Again, the Note 4 got its update earlier this week. So why is Samsung on the ball all of a sudden? The company explains that it has implemented a new security update process that will include monthly patches and the ability to fast track updates with carriers, as it has done in this case. So look forward to a lot more Samsung OTAs.