- Some Samsung phones, which only received security updates at irregular intervals, now offer a security connection twice a year.
- The update frequency is the same for high-end and intermediate devices.
How many times a cell phone receives a security patch per year varies considerably at Samsung. New devices and high-end models are usually updated monthly, while intermittent cell phones are only updated quarterly. So far, older devices have only had one security connection at irregular intervals.
That should change now. Instead of irregular updates, these devices should receive a security update twice a year. The company has Website Overview Already adjusted accordingly.
These Samsung smartphones will receive a security update twice a year in the future:
|Galaxy S8 Lite||Galaxy Note FE|
|Galaxy A6||Galaxy A6 +|
|Galaxy A7 (2018)||Galaxy A8 + (2018)|
|Galaxy A8 Star||Galaxy A8s|
|Galaxy A9 (2018)||Galaxy J3 (2017)|
|Galaxy J2 Core||Galaxy J3Top|
|Galaxy J4||Galaxy J4 +|
|Galaxy J4 Core||Galaxy J5 (2017)|
|Galaxy J6||Galaxy J6 +|
|Galaxy J7 (2017)||Galaxy J7 Dio|
|Galaxy J7 Prime2||Galaxy J7 Pop|
|Galaxy J7 Top||Galaxy J7 max|
|Galaxy J7 Neo||Galaxy J7 +|
|Galaxy J8||Galaxy M10|
|Galaxy M20||Galaxy Tab A (2017)|
|Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018)||Galaxy Tab S3|
|Galaxy Tab S4||Galaxy Tab E8 update|
These Samsung smartphones receive security updates twice a year