At least in terms of software support. It has received many updates since its 2017 premiere, but the April 2021 security package is the last.
No matter how old you look based on your looks, a Galaxy S8 has been on the market for more than four years, and Samsung has decided to remove it from the list of officially supported devices after that time, of course Plus version. The devices last received the April 2021 security package and are not expected to be further updated, with the exception of a critical vulnerability.
Interestingly, the Galaxy S8 Active is still there in the list of supported devices for quarterly updates, in fact, even Galaxy S8 Lite can also be found on the semi-annual update list, but these devices are hardly present in Hungary. The Galaxy S8 was the manufacturer’s first top-of-the-line mobile phone, extending the display to 18.5: 9 instead of the previous 16: 9 aspect ratio and moving the fingerprint reader back from the bottom of the front panel. Its first software was based on the Android 7 Nougat system, and its last major version was the Android 9 Pie with One UI.