- Samsung Galaxy A series 4 devices will not get updates
- These devices of Galaxy A series were launched in the year 2017
- Updates on devices launched in 2019 and 2020 every three months
Samsung has discontinued support for some older smartphones of its popular Galaxy A series. After this decision of the company, the company will no longer provide the latest software updates for Galaxy A series smartphones such as Galaxy A7 2017, Galaxy A5 2017 and Galaxy A3 2017 launched in the year 2017. Apart from these phones, Galaxy J3 Pop will also no longer be supported by the company.
Update for Galaxy Fold 5G will also stop
The report of the closed support for the Galaxy A series was given by the Android Police in one of its reports. The report also said that Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G will also no longer get the update. However, according to Samsung’s website, the Galaxy Fold 5G will still continue to receive security updates.
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Update Galaxy Z fold on three months
All of Samsung’s flagship smartphones from the Galaxy S9 series till date still get the latest security update every month. The strange thing is that the company gives security updates to its foldable phones – Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 2 over three months.
Tab S7 and S7 + also updated on three months
According to the company’s website, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 + will also get the latest updates every three months instead of monthly. The company launched both these tablets in the flagship segment last year.
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Galaxy M and A series devices updated for three months
Most of Samsung’s mid-range smartphones launched in the year 2019 and 2020 come under the category of being updated every three months. In such a situation, if you have a Galaxy M or A series device launched in 2019 or 2020, then the company will rollout updates every three months for that. The company has already told the users that the frequency of getting the latest updates will make a difference when the support period expires.