Samsung has boosted its Android update providing policy after facing tough criticism by other smartphone makers. However, there are dozens of Samsung devices are already available in the market, the company launches numerous devices every year.
Meanwhile, the South Korean tech firm needs a long time compared to others to provide Android upgrades to its eligible devices.
This year, at the Unpacked event which is held to launch the Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung has shocked everyone by announcing that the company is extending one year of Android upgrade support for Galaxy Note, S, and select A series smartphones.
Later, the company confirmed the minimum requirement to get three years of platform update. As per the announcement, starting previous year’s Note lineup phones – Galaxy Note 10, all the upcoming smartphones under the Note series will get three major Android updates then they complete their update lifecycle.
For now, there’s a piece of bad news for the loyal flagship smartphone buyers of Samsung because the popular Galaxy Note 9 and its predecessor have no longer eligible to get the recently announced eleventh generation of Android – Android 11.
Samsung Galaxy Note series Android 11 device list: Sammy Fans
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 LTE
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ LTE
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
Adding to this, Samsung has started sending the Android 11 update for the Galaxy S20 series devices globally. Following this release, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 devices are too close to getting the Android 11 updates.