According to 9to5Google, Samsung has been providing the Galaxy S8 with bi-annual updates for 4 years, continuous since its launch in 2017, as it was the last update it had received in April.
Phones such as the Galaxy S8 Active will still receive quarterly support, i.e. updates every three months, with the Galaxy S8 Lite phones receiving bi-annual updates, that is, only twice a year, to address security issues, gaps, errors, and others.
And users of Galaxy S8 phones have complained for a while about the existence of a problem with the global positioning system GPS keeps track of their locations all the time, even during times when they do not activate it, which threatens them in danger.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 came with a 6.2-inch screen without any edges, with an internal memory of 64 GB, a 3500 mAh battery, a 12-megapixel primary camera and an 8-megapixel front camera, running Android 9.0, supports 15-watt fast charging, and supports the phone Type-C USB cable.