Joined by other A-series mid-rangers from this year
Samsung’s once-flagship Galaxy S8 series turned three following the recent launch of the Galaxy S20 line. While the company usually commits to two years of regular OS and security updates for its high-end models, the releases start to get a bit more infrequent after that. That’s just what’s happening now to the manufacturer’s 2017 Galaxy flagship.
The Galaxy S8 is the next Android phone to have Windows 10 shoved onto it by developers.
What you need to know
For years, AT&T has been trying to push its SMS successor, Advanced Messages. The problem is that the standard only supports a handful of flagships and isn’t even compatible with the more universal RCS standard, let alone other carriers’ insular solutions. Still, AT&T is working to get Advanced Messaging out to more devices and has just pushed out one such update to the Samsung Galaxy Note8 as well as the S8 and S8+. Read More
AT&T Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note8 receive Advanced Messaging 2.0 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
If you’re sick of your phone service, why are you staying with it? Contracts that have you locked up can be the absolute worst part of owning a phone, especially when you did the research and still got burned. Well, if you are one of thousands of phone users who switch their plans each year, why not try something a little more user-friendly? Sounds good right? But if you happen to have a Samsung Galaxy S8, you’re even more in luck than you thought.
With the latest promo from Visible, their amazing service is now compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S8. If you’re looking to switch to Visible and own a Samsung Galaxy S8, you’ll get $100 back when you sign [...]