Samsung significantly improved its update policy in 2021 by extending support for numerous Galaxy devices for up to five years for security updates. However, the company did not provide explicit details regarding the frequency of these updates, whether they would be monthly or quarterly. Historically, Samsung has followed a pattern of monthly security updates for the first three years, followed by quarterly updates thereafter. However, it’s worth noting that this change did not apply to the Galaxy S20 model, which continued to receive monthly security updates beyond the three-year mark.
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra is continuously receiving monthly updates even after passing three years; Samsung has already released three continuous security updates for the device, which clearly indicates that Samsung may improve the policy of the other flagship devices as well.
As the Galaxy S20 was launched back in 2020, so it is expected that the other devices which are released that year and after it can also get the same update frequency. Here is the list of devices which includes Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra and S21 FE, Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra, Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 and Note 2 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold2, Z Fold3 and Z Fold4, Galaxy Z Flip3 and Z Flip4, Galaxy A52, A52s, A53 and Galaxy A54.
Moreover, Samsung hasn’t officially confirmed the policy change, but if it happens, then it will be more advantageous for the users; they can get the updated security-related features with other devices for a long time.
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