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T-Mobile is the last of the big four carriers to update the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and LG G6 to Oreo, also sending security patches to the Note 5 and S8 Active.
Not only will Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge stay on Nougat for all eternity after all, but the two spring 2015 flagships have had their security updates terminated as well.
It was easy to predict but that doesn't make it any less sad. Discontinued way back in 2016, Google's Nexus Player is officially reaching the end of the road in terms of software support as well.
Regardless of your operating system, web browser or "modern" computer of choice, including smartphones, Meltdown and Spectre security threats are real and really scary.
As weird as it sounds, we have bad news to report on the software support front for BlackBerry Priv owners, and good news for BB10 and BBOS users.
There's a Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition out in the US now for small and medium-sized businesses, with Samsung promising unusual security.
The Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro run Android 8.0 Oreo, and so should the Huawei Mate 9 in a matter of weeks. Monthly security updates are also a possibility.
Smoother and faster than ever thanks to a software update focused on security and performance, the Essential Phone is now also available in Sprint stores.
There's likely nothing wrong with your Google Pixel or Pixel XL phone recently upgraded to Android Oreo, and you don't need to downgrade to Nougat.
Once again, HMD Global shows all other Android device manufacturers how it's done, rolling out September security patches to the Nokia 5 already.
How ridiculous is it that officially unlocked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge models stateside are now receiving OTA March security patches applied over Marshmallow?
It's unclear what are the "challenges" holding back unlocked US Galaxy S7 versions, but "soon" enough, you should start receiving monthly security patches.
Thinking of buying a Pixel or Pixel XL from Verizon? It's very important to note that major system updates will go through the carrier.
Regularly? Frequently? Outright monthly? Motorola fails to provide clarification in regards to the security update pace of the Moto Z and Z Force.
Two major independent US government agencies want to know everything about the security update methods of mobile carriers and OEMs.