Samsung introduced the Galaxy S5 smartphone back in 2014. The Samsung Galaxy S5 was a great hit for the company. It was company's first smartphone to come with a fingerprint scanner built right into it.
Now the company is taking care of that smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now getting
Samsung introduced the mid range Samsung Galaxy J series back in 2015. The Samsung Galaxy J series has been a great hit for the company.
Now the company has released an update to years older Samsung Galaxy J5 smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy J5 of 2015 is getting a new update. The
Samsung is now pushing another update to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge+.
The latest update is headed to Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge+ in Europe. This update brings July security patches to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge+ in the Europe.
Magenta carrier in the US, T-Mobile has now officially released a new update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
The latest update to Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge on T-Mobile is bringing July security patches to the devices. Along with the security patches, the update also
Back on 6th July, Samsung released the June security patch to the Galaxy J7 Max which was introduced back in June. The smartphone comes with Android Nougat 7.o out of the box.
Now the company has released a new update for he Samsung Galaxy J7 Max. The update hitting to Galaxy
T-Mobile has now started rolling out a new update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on it's network.
The latest update to Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on T-Mobile brings July security patches to the device. This software update brings the software firmware version N920TUVS4EQG1 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on
We have already seen the July security patch being rolled out to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ . The update was headed to unlocked units in the US.
Now we have another good news for someone using Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S8+ on US based cellular network provider
Samsung is the latest manufacturer to start the roll out of July security patches to it's smartphones. The very first Samsung devices are obviously the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
We don't expect any device other than the Galaxy S8 series to get July security patches before it. The July security