This is Samsung reps making excuses for not releasing the patch yet. It is obviously major - Linux and Google released patches almost immediately. The Google Nexus 5 phone fron 2013 has already been patched! Meanwhile, Samsung the number 1 phone company has not released any patches. The truth is everyone with a Samsung device is exposed TODAY - even the newer devices! After something like this customers should stop supporting Samsung - I have been a Samsung customer for many year and I will never buy another phone from them! There is NO excuse for this, if your data is compromised it is your job and your reputation that is on the line.
The Armis Blueborne Vulnerability Scanner shows my Galaxy S7 is vulnerable to BlueBorne.
Software Update under Settings shows I have the latest software.
Conclusion: Partch is not yet available.
Since one of the demo videos shows someone using Blueborne to hack a Gear S3 and turn on the microphone silently . . . this is typical Samsung reaction.
No different than when they tried to blame users when the first Note 7's started going up in flames last year.
Of course CVE-2017-0781, CVE-2017-0782, CVE-2017-0783 and CVE-2017-0785 are real threats. According to https://source.android.com/security/bulletin/2017-09-01 the Google devices will be fixed with the September security update. We can probably expect the same for the more recent Samsung devices.
Unfortunately S8 september update received yesterday did not patch the BlueBorne exploits. Still it seems like if Samsung thought that even the top class smartphones were a kind of toys or gadgets and not serious business devices.