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    These Samsung Galaxy Devices Will Get 3 Major Android OS Updates

    When we buy an iPhone, there is no question of the OS update support that we will get. However, the case is opposite in buying an Android device. One of the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is no different. They are known for providing the slowest OS updates. However, Samsung has now announced a 3 Android OS update guarantee for its flagship and A series of smartphones.

    Previously, Samsung used to provide just 2 Android updates for its flagship-level device. It resulted in controversies. Just a month ago, TechBoiler posted on iPhone 6S getting the latest iOS 14 updates while Samsung Galaxy S7 from the same year haven’t got any update from 2 years. This post got viral in social media and got a lot of fans upset on the lack of support on Samsung’s flagship series. And now Samsung has learned from its mistakes and is ready to fix this issue.

    These Samsung Galaxy Devices Will Get 3 Major Android OS Updates

    Earlier this month, Samsung announced to provide 3 major Android updates support for the latest flagship series in the Unpacked event. Including Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Z, and Galaxy Tab S series. Now, they have announced the 3 Android OS updates for their mid-range Galaxy A series.

    It was a surprise to see the mid-range A series getting Samsung’s attention. Now you can relax and buy a Samsung mid-range device without the fear of losing support. However, not all A series of smartphones are included in the three-generation of Android updates.

    Below is the list of all the Samsung Galaxy devices eligible for getting the 3 Android OS updates.

    These Samsung Galaxy Devices Will Get 3 Major Android OS Updates

    Galaxy S Series

    • Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
    • Galaxy S20 Ultra
    • Galaxy S20+ (Plus) 5G
    • Galaxy S20+ (Plus)
    • Galaxy S20 5G
    • Galaxy S20
    • Galaxy S10 5G
    • Galaxy S10+ (Plus)
    • Galaxy S10
    • Galaxy S10e
    • Galaxy S10 Lite

    Galaxy Note Series

    • Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G
    • Galaxy Note20 Ultra
    • Galaxy Note20 5G
    • Galaxy Note20
    • Galaxy Note10+ (Plus) 5G
    • Galaxy Note10+ (Plus)
    • Galaxy Note10 5G
    • Galaxy Note10
    • Galaxy Note10 Lite

    Galaxy Z Series (Foldables)

    • Galaxy Z Fold2 5G
    • Galaxy Z Fold2
    • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
    • Galaxy Z Flip
    • Galaxy Fold 5G
    • Galaxy Fold

    Galaxy A Series

    • Galaxy A71 5G
    • Galaxy A71
    • Galaxy A51 5G
    • Galaxy A51
    • Galaxy A90 5G

    Galaxy Tab S Series

    • Galaxy Tab S7+ (Plus) 5G
    • Galaxy Tab S7+ (Plus)
    • Galaxy Tab S7 5G
    • Galaxy Tab S7
    • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
    • Galaxy Tab S6
    • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

    This list also includes future Samsung phones. It was good to see a lot of smartphones from each series. And Samsung also realized that people tend to not switch tablets like they switch phones, hence they are giving the support to tablets as-well.

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