Samsung is expected to announce its new One UI 6.0 custom interface based on the upcoming Android 14 in the second half of 2023. Several popular models of the brand will not receive the update for the next version of the operating system.

According to the software update rules of the South Korean manufacturer, some smartphones and tablets have become ineligible for OS updates in 2023. Check if your device is in the list:

  • galaxy s10 lite
  • Galaxy S20 FE
  • Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra
  • Galaxy Z Flip (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2
  • Galaxy A22 (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy A32 (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy A51
  • Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy Tab A8
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2020)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+

It’s important to note that the current Android 13 will be the last major software update for the Galaxy devices listed above. But, models will continue to receive security patches and one-time fixes for a year.

Samsung update rules

in February 2021 Samsung has changed software updates policy three to four years. Thus, devices released after the manufacturer’s announcement are eligible to receive up to four versions of Android.

The rule applies to premium smartphones of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z series released from 2021.. Certain models of the mid-range Galaxy A are also eligible for four OS updates.

For example, the Galaxy S23 series, which debuted in early 2023, will receive Android updates until 2027. With this policy, Samsung has become the brand that offers the longest support time among Android devices.

Source: Tec Mundo

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