Samsung made a few changes to its software update schedule this month. When such changes are made, there are always some devices that are permanently cut off. This time, for example, a situation is a matter of speech.
Galaxy Note FE Now it’s four years old, and it’s pretty rare for Samsung to offer a security update boost to devices four years after it was released.
The anchor for the Galaxy Note FE is now cut off. Samsung has completely discontinued the software update boost for this device. It won’t get any random updates in the future, not even a random security patch. Galaxy S8 Lite is also in the middle of devices whose supplementation has been terminated. This phone was a “lightened” version of the Galaxy S8 that was only released in China.
The changes Samsung made this month are just in time Galaxy Note 9 to a quarterly cycle. The device previously received monthly software updates. It has only received security updates as it has two Android OS upgrades for which it is eligible. Galaxy Note 9 will now receive quarterly updates.
Some of you may remember the Galaxy Note FE. This device is literally was born from the ashes of the Galaxy Note 7. It was the renewed version of Samsung’s phone, which was recalled and then recalled due to combustion problems. The Galaxy Note FE had a similar design and features, with a smaller non-explosive battery.
Samsung just 400. 000 Galaxy Note FEs was intended to sell, so this change won’t affect many people. Still, those who still hold their Galaxy Note FE can probably now consider upgrading to a new phone. . .