Samsung has released a new update for Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note 9, which brings with it the latest security fixes, dated March 2019. I must admit that in this respect, Samsung stands out against its competitors.
Samsung and support – for many mania the combination of these two words is an oxymoron. This is not surprising, because the Koreans have long worked on such an opinion, committing various misdeeds, delays and mistakes. However, it must be emphasized that for some time now it has been seen that Samsung is more and more serious about the broadly understood support for its devices, in particular in terms of providing security updates. When a few years ago, Samsung announced serious treatment of the monthly security updates of Android, hardly anyone believed in these declarations, expecting to quickly abandon this idea. However, time is passing, and Samsung really regularly provides fresh security patches for its smartphones, as evidenced by the latest updates.
Note 8 and Note 9 with new updates
Samsung has just released the March security updates for the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note 9 . The package for the older of these smartphones has the designation N950FXXS5DSB4 and weighs almost 581 MB, and the software for last year's flagship is N960FXXS2CSC1 , size: 111,5 MB. In both cases, the update is made available through the OTA channel, so you can update it from the phone's settings. Of course, this applies to smartphones with free sales (XEO), and copies from operators will probably have to wait. >>> We recommend: our Galaxy Note 8 test
And what are your security fixes?
Of course, some of you may notice that providing monthly security patches is just "art for art" and little really changes, but nevertheless the manufacturer's approach to the whole matter matters. Samsung gets a big plus for this part of its support policy for its devices, as it is one of the few manufacturers that provides regular security patches. Does your smartphone also boast the latest security patches?
Our Galaxy Note 9 test:
https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/902084/samsung-galaxy-note-9-test-opinia-uzytkownika/ Own, thanks Alexander 🙂