Variable validation - Payment validation features are provided by the software wallet you use with this device.
Centralized validation - This wallet relies on a centralized service by default. This means a third party must be trusted to not hide or simulate payments.
3) Simplified validation (SPV) - This wallet uses SPV and random servers from a list.
Community, above linked definitions for wallet validation types is taken from the popular bitcoin website. I can understand every type, but the first one called "Variable validation" of Ledger.
Question: Is this technically correct to define Ledger's validation method like bitcoin.org defines it above?
If not, what is from your knowledge Ledger's validation method?
And If yes, I do not understand their definition. Can you explain from technical/censorship standpoint, what it means? How is Ledger using servers for validation, is it their own servers or what is the difference to a centralized validation method?