Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ are reportedly getting the most recent January 2021 Android safety patch. The most recent patch replace is outwardly rolling out for Exynos-SoC fashions within the Latin American area. Samsung Galaxy S8+ and Samsung Galaxy S8 had been launched in 2017. 4 years later, they’re nonetheless receiving safety patch assist from the corporate. Samsung is providing quarterly safety patches for these two four-year previous handsets, and they’re now not eligible for a serious software program replace.
SamMobile reports that Samsung Galaxy S8+ and Samsung Galaxy S8 are actually receiving the most recent safety patch. Samsung Galaxy S8 is getting the firmware model G950FXXSBDUA3 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ is getting the firmware model G955FXXSBDUA3. The replace is rolling out for Exynos fashions solely within the Latin America area. The replace ought to broaden its attain and roll out to all customers within the close to future.
The report says that other than the safety patch, the most recent replace from Samsung brings no different modifications or additions. Samsung Galaxy S8+ and Samsung Galaxy S8 Exynos mannequin customers in Latin America ought to sometimes get a notification for an replace, however they will verify for the replace manually by going to Settings > Software program Replace > Obtain and Set up. It’s best to put in the replace underneath a powerful Wi-Fi connection and whereas the telephone is positioned on cost.
It’s commendable that Samsung remains to be providing quarterly patches for the Samsung Galaxy S8+ and Samsung Galaxy S8. It was moved to this quarterly replace cycle last year in May. Since then, as an alternative of getting month-to-month safety patches, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ fashions have been receiving safety updates in firmware updates which are pushed out to the telephones as soon as each quarter. The telephones run on Android 9 with Samsung’s One UI on prime.
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