Samsung has officially ended its Android support for its Galaxy 8. smartphone, four years after the release of the final security update for Samsung’s flagship phone in spring 2017.
Recently, the smartphone maker introduced a formal support policy, which will provide four years of security updates for Galaxy devices, including both the L and A series flagships, Verge reported.
As Samsung’s S8 and S8 Plus end their support period, Samsung’s update page shows that the S8 Active is still on schedule for quarterly updates and that its S8 Lite is still on its biennial schedule.
However, the S8 was one of the Samsung Galaxy devices. A big change in its design for the Samsung smartphone marked its success from width to edge and minimal inches. The device also had an incredible camera and great hardware.
However, since the company only updates the S8 on a biennial basis, this final update does not turn out to be a big loss. However, four years after the introduction of Samsung’s best phone, it is still time to officially retire.