Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 Edge+ on Verizon receive March security patch

24 March 2018
No more new OS versions for these two-and-a-half-year-old devices, but security updates keep coming.

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  • Markt

Anonymous, 25 Mar 2018"at least" 3 years is a bit excessive, especially consideri... moreI used to upgrade every year. But lately with high pricing and not so big changes for me, decided to upgrade every 3 years. So that's why 3 years is great for me. And i'm using Samsung

Anonymous, 25 Mar 2018"at least" 3 years is a bit excessive, especially consideri... moreWell this is almost 3 years now (began in April). And the S9 is confirmed to get 3 years monthly patches and an additional one year quarterly updates.

aceofgenerations, 26 Mar 2018Not sure if the news was true or not, but I thought Samsung... moreThat carrier is T-Mobile. But obviously they won't release Oreo on the S6 Gen before the S7 duo, which did not receive it yet.

Not sure if the news was true or not, but I thought Samsung (or at least the carriers) had confirmed the 2015 flagship devices were getting Oreo.

WHAT? NOTE 5? SONY XPERIA just got slapped on the face! Samsung is great!

  • M.A.

I got one on tmobile as well but it was said before here that Oreo is coming and for those phones....what now this changed?

Anonymous, 25 Mar 2018S7 edge nopeSay that to my phone on March patch. But.of course the patches are not released simultaneously to every market so that's why your phone is unpatched

  • Anonymous

ProJames, 24 Mar 2018Regular S6 and S7 too. G930W8VLS3BRC2.S7 edge nope

  • Anonymous

Markt, 24 Mar 2018Good job Samsung. As a Samsung user i would expect securit... more"at least" 3 years is a bit excessive, especially considering most people upgrade once every 2 years.

Regular S6 and S7 too. G930W8VLS3BRC2.

  • Markt

Good job Samsung. As a Samsung user i would expect security patches at least for 3 years.