The company Samsung has released a monthly fix Android security system first for the flagship smartphones Galaxy Note20, Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note9, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S9. Now Samsung has started to release this update for the old flagships Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which entered the market more than three years ago.
This update does not include major changes or new features. In the log of changes says that the update corrects the errors found by users, as well as contains the September patch of Android security system. The update has already begun to spread across Europe.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are now in the list of devices, which receive updates once a quarter. Back in May, the manufacturer moved this pair in the list of smartphones, which no longer receive monthly updates.
With the launch of the Note20 series, the manufacturer announced a new update program, under which the flagships will receive three major updates instead of two.