According to the latest developments, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + devices will no longer receive updates. This means that owners will have to adjust to the current state of their software if they intend to continue using their devices.
As he noted DroidLife, older base models are no longer on the list of devices receiving security updates. The Galaxy S8 Active and S8 Lite are still on the list at the moment, but it is worth noting that they were released months later than the main S8 mobile phones.
Unsurprisingly, Samsung has decided to stop releasing device updates. When they were first released they were a huge success and provided Samsung with the best pre-order numbers he had ever seen before. However, more than four years have passed since the release of the phones - even Google does not support the devices pixel for such a long time. The S8 phones have been receiving monthly updates for three years, but Samsung warned almost everyone that it would stop supporting the devices soon when it put them on the quarterly security update program last year.
At this point, Samsung's older flagships that still receive monthly security updates are Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S9 and S9 + phones are in the quarterly security update program and will likely receive updates for another year before the tech giant stops supporting them as well.