Recode has learned that Google’s Android operating system is suffering from the same issues that plague iOS devices.
Google said the issue affects devices running at least 4.2-inch screens and is affecting as many as 60% of all Android devices.
Recode previously reported that Google had detected around 50,000 devices that were vulnerable to the flaw.
The problem is being reported to Google by a security researcher, according to Recode, who is also a member of the Android security team.
The Android vulnerability is one of the more serious flaws Google has found this year, as the company has been on a roll of updates that have patched vulnerabilities and made it easier for users to switch between Android and Apple operating systems.
It’s not the only Android device issue the company is aware of.
Apple’s iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are among the other devices with Android vulnerabilities.
Google has said that the Android version of its Chrome browser is also vulnerable to this issue.
Google says that Android devices running older versions of the OS can still be vulnerable, though.
But it doesn’t seem to be affecting those running 4.3-inch displays, as Google has fixed the issue in that version of the browser.
Recodes sources have told us that Google is also aware of other Android devices, including the Nexus 4 and Galaxy S5, which have not been impacted by the Android flaw.