Samsung has silently launched its personal security website that will allow you to keep a track of all the security updates put through by the mobile maker. The year 2015 has seen quite a few ups and downs with regard to security issues, with quite a few hacking incidents that left the whole world in a state of fear.
Even the mobile industry suffered a shock owing to the vulnerability in the Android Operating system. The stagefright android vulnerability literally left the users unsettled not knowing what to type on their devices, as the vulnerability allowed a complete takeover of your device with malicious MMS payload.
Samsung’s new Security blog will help the users to keep a track of all the security updates for devices like Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S6+, S6 Edge, S6Edge+. It also includes the devices belonging to the Samsung Galaxy Note Family, i.e., Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 as well as devices like Samsung Galaxy S Tab and Tab S2.
In the recent times, smartphone makers like LG and HTC have also decided to bring in monthly security updates for its various devices such that the security measures stay put and they can keep the data on the devices safe.
On the other hand, Samsung’s much talked about Samsung Galaxy S7 is also due a release. According to the rumors, the device might just be launched at the usual location where Samsung launches its Galaxy Family, i.e., at the Mobile World Congress, which is in turn due to be held soon.
Although there is not direct information about the price of the device, but the experts are expecting it to be around that of Samsung Galaxy S6 or slightly higher as well.
USB Type-C on Galaxy S7:
According to our confirmed sources, we are likely to see a USB Type-C port on Samsung Galaxy S7, which in turn is going to be a great boost for the users. If Samsung brings this soon-to-be-standard feature to its upcoming flagship smartphone, users can take advantage of the reversible cable of USB Type-C port to connect in any way for faster charger and faster data transfer than USB 3.0.