During the TouchWiz era, Samsung received harsh criticism for its delayed and subpar software support. However, the Korean giant has advanced significantly since then and currently surpasses Google in this regard by providing four OS updates and five years of security patches.
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Also in the past few hours the Korean giant has also made another change regarding the supported devices: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series has moved from the list of models updated monthly to that of devices that will receive updates every three months.
The models in these series have not yet reached the end credits, but will have to endure the less frequent arrival of software updates.
As for the Galaxy Note 10 series (LTE/5G), the change only affects the tow models Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, which will now have quarterly updates; while Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite will continue to receive monthly updates, at least for the time being.
Probably in a year for such smartphones will probably be time for the end of the official ‘guaranteed’ support from the Korean manufacturer.