Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ gadgets will not be getting additional updates moving forward — proprietors need to manage with the present status of their software on the off chance that they intend to continue to utilize theirs. As seen by DroidLife, the old lead gadgets are not, at this point remembered for the list of models presently getting security updates. The Galaxy S8 Active and S8 Lite are as yet in the list for now, yet it’s significant that they were released months after the fact than the primary S8 flagship phones.
It doesn’t come as a surprise that Samsung has decided to quit carrying out updates for the gadgets. They were a hit when they previously came out and provided Samsung with the best pre-order numbers it has at any point seen at that point. Nonetheless, it’s been more than a long time since the phones were released — even Google doesn’t support its Pixel gadgets for that long. The S8 phones got monthly updates for three of those, however Samsung basically gave everyone an admonition that it’ll quit supporting the gadgets soon when it put them in the quarterly security update plan over the previous year.
Now, the oldest Samsung flagships actually getting monthly security updates are the Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones are in the quarterly security update schedule and will probably be getting updates for one more year before the tech monster quits supporting them, also.
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