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Samsung removes the Galaxy S8 from its security update schedule – XDA Developers

Samsung has removed its 2017 flagships, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+, from its security update schedule, ending software support for the devices.

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While on the one hand, Samsung is doing a great job of rolling out the latest security updates to its newest devices. On the other, the company is removing older phones from its security update bulletin. In February this year, Samsung removed four phones from 2017 from its security updates list — the Galaxy J3 Pop, Galaxy A5 2017, Galaxy A3 2017, and the Galaxy A7 2017. Its flagship phone from 2017, the Galaxy S8, is now getting a similar treatment.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S8 in March of 2017,…

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