News tagged: 'Galaxy S7'
Samsung has ‘downgraded’ its upgrade policy for the Galaxy A5 from 2016. The phone will now get quarterly security updates instead of monthly patches. This may not sound like much, but it could spell very good news for years and devices to come. Galaxy A5 2016 is old, but should still get regular updates Just […]read more »
Samsung hasn’t been very quick with releasing the January 2019 security patch for its devices, perhaps because its resources have been taken up by the Android Pie update. But the company is now picking up the pace it seems, and after releasing the January patch for the Galaxy Xcover 4, Samsung has released an update […]read more »
A handful of Galaxy devices are now being updated with the December 2018 security patch. The Galaxy S7 is being updated by T-Mobile in the US, while the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are receiving the new patch on the Verizon network. Over in Russia and some neighboring countries, an update with the December patch […]read more »
The November 2018 security patch is rolling out to a number of Galaxy smartphones through new updates. The Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S7, and Galaxy A5 (2017) are all being updated with the latest patch in various regions. The Galaxy Note 9 update is rolling out in the US and Bulgaria, while the A5 (2017) […]read more »
What’s this? Another flagship Galaxy getting the latest security patch? Yes, that is indeed the case. Samsung has been impressing us lately with how frequently it’s been releasing security patches for flagship phones, and while it’s something the company is duty-bound to do, it’s nice to see nevertheless. And today, the Galaxy S7 October security update […]read more »
Another flagship Galaxy phone is now being updated with the August 2018 security patch. The Galaxy S7 edge is on the receiving end this time around, with an update for the device rolling out in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine. The update brings software version G935FXXU2ERH1 and is the first software update after Oreo for the Galaxy […]read more »
The Galaxy Note 9’s launch event saw the appearance of Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, the company that made the massively popular multiplayer game Fortnite. Sweeney announced the release of the Android version of Fortnite onstage as an exclusive for Samsung devices. The game isn’t just exclusive to the Note 9, unlike what the […]read more »