One UI 6: Samsung drops support for these Galaxy devices

Samsung is aggressively moving forward, and as it always happens, whenever something good is going for someone, it is also affecting others as well. Like now, Samsung is all set to introduce its most anticipated One UI in the coming days, which is already running in the testing phase on some devices. This update is giving a lot of excitement to those users who have the latest smartphones, while at the same time, some popular Galaxy devices will not get it on their devices.

If you are new to Samsung, then you should know about the software policy of the company, which has been updated from time to time. For instance, in 2022, the company announced that it would give five years of support to several devices, in which there are four Android updates and security updates that will be available for four years. It has also added some older devices like the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3, and Galaxy S21 series. While other older devices are running on the previous policy of three Android updates, Here we are sharing the list of some popular devices that will not get One UI 6.

One UI 6.0: Here Are the Devices That Will Get It First

These Galaxy devices will not get the One UI 6 update

  • Galaxy S series: Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy S20 FE
  • Galaxy Note series: Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy Note 20, and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • Galaxy Z series: Galaxy Z Flip LTE and 5G; Galaxy Z Fold 2.
  • Galaxy A series: Galaxy A22’s LTE and 5G variant, Galaxy A32 5G, Galaxy A32 LTE variant, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy Tablet Series: Galaxy Tab A8, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2020), Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Tab S7+

What can you do if you have these devices?

If you have any of the listed devices, then there is no other option to get new features of the operating system because all these are connected internally. However, if you are not interested in the new novelty of Android 14 and One UI 6, then you can stay using the device until they stop getting a new security patch. But if your device has already stopped getting a security patch update for six months, then it is recommended to switch your device as soon as possible because after six months there are high chances that your device can be hacked or any person can breach your privacy.

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