Samsung has as of late rolled out certain improvements to the rundown of gadgets for month to month security refreshes. In its new rundown, four cell phones that were delivered in 2017 were taken out from the help list. They are Samsung Galaxy J3 Pop, Galaxy A3 2017, Galaxy A5 2017, Galaxy A7 2017. This implies that these cell phones will presently don’t get security refreshes. Besides, the rundown likewise doesn’t contain the Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G. Be that as it may, this gadget is quite new and more likely than not been eliminated accidentally. Samsung stopped security updates on these four devices.
Moreover, Samsung has moved the Galaxy A8 2018 from the month to month update plan to the quarterly update list; Galaxy A8s has been moved to the “next customary” fix list. On the off chance that there is no security update, at that point the chance of finding weaknesses in the OS form running on the gadget will increment. The four cell phones that Samsung erased this time have all been stopped, and their possessions are not high, so Samsung settled on the choice to quit supporting them. Samsung stopped security updates on these four devices.
Samsung was once one of the less dependable organizations with regards to giving programming refreshes. The brand was one of the brands pushing the Android fracture forward. Notwithstanding, it didn’t refresh the majority of them to fresher Android variants. This began to change with the approach of One UI (Android 9 Pie). These days, the organization is one of the quickest cell phone brands delivering Android refreshes. It actually has a lot of cell phones yet the greater part of them are being refreshed to the most recent Android 11-update that accompanies One UI 3.0 on top. Strangely, while numerous organizations are attempting to bring Android 11 for their leads, Samsung previously began to push the update for its mid-range telephones. Today, it’s the ideal opportunity for the Galaxy F41 to get a similar treatment.
Samsung released the Galaxy F-arrangement a year ago as a “camera-driven” setup. All things considered, generally, it’s an odd cell phone arrangement. Since so far we’ve been seeing more rebrandings than anything. The Galaxy F41, for instance, is basically a Galaxy M31 with one less camera and no NFC uphold. There are other F cell phones coming soon, and the greater part of them appear to be founded on existing Galaxy M or A gadgets. Regardless of this confounding presence, it’s acceptable to see that Samsung will give a similar treatment it provides for the An and M-arrangement. Today, the Galaxy F41 is getting the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update in India.