It is understandable that when it comes to pushing out Android updates, most handset makers limit their devices to one or two generations worth of updates. This is because most companies would much rather customers upgrade their devices to the latest model. If you’re the owner of the Samsung Galaxy S7 This is based on an updated page on the WiFi Alliance’s website where the company has updated the Galaxy S7’s listing to show support for the handset running Android 9.0 Pie. Now before you get too excited, XDA points out that Samsung’s FOTA testbed (which is where Samsung uploads build numbers to show software that they are testing) does not reflect these changes. What this means is that Samsung could simply be exploring the idea of maybe bringing Android 9.0 Pie to the Galaxy S7 but it might not necessarily be a done deal. If this is true, it could be good news for those who are still holding onto their phone. There is no mention of the Galaxy S7 Edge, but we … [Read more...] about Could Android 9.0 Pie be headed for the Samsung Galaxy S7?
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Feb 27, 5:29 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Anvinraj Sivanandan @ZionsAnvin 02/27/19 AT 5:24 AM The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the 10th anniversary S-lineup flagship phone from the company that was made official on Feb. 20. It is fully loaded with exciting features, but is it a secure phone? Like the predecessor Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 phones, the Galaxy S10 promises robust security through security software.During the recent Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 tech trade show, McAfee announced that the McAfee VirusScan will come bundled with the new Galaxy S10. According to the official press release, McAfee and Samsung have partnered to provide anti-malware service on their S10 series of smartphones. The first Samsung phone that featured a preinstalled McAfee anti-malware app was the Galaxy S8 in 2017.After it was introduced in Galaxy S8, the anti-malware service was extended to other phones … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10: How Secure Is Samsung’s New Android Flagship?