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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Samsung ends Android security updates for these 3 smartphones

South Korean consumer electronics tech giant Samsung has announced that it is stopping security updates for some of its smartphones. The company has made some changes on its Android security updates page, which now reveals that it will stop updates for its Galaxy J1, Galaxy J3 and Galaxy A3 smartphones.
Samsung ends Android security updates for these 3 smartphones

The company launched above mentioned smartphones in 2016. Along with this, the Android Security page also reveals that the company will offer monthly updates to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) smartphone. On the other hand, the Galaxy A8+ (2018), Galaxy J2 (2018) and Galaxy Tab Active 2 will now receive quarterly updates.

Samsung is all set to launch its flagship smartphones Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in India today. The company has scheduled an event in New Delhi where it will launch both the smartphones.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is the successor of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ which the company launched last year in April.

The smartphones come with the same Infinity Edge display like its predecessor and run Android 8.0 Oreo operating system out of the box. The Samsung Galaxy S9 comes with single rear camera, while the Galaxy S9+ sports a dual rear camera.

The company has already launched the Enterprise edition of its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy A8 smartphones in Germany. Both the devices come with same hardware specifications but offer some enterprise level software enhancements.
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