Several Samsung’s 2020 Phones Miss Out on Android 14 and One UI 6 Update

Samsung and Google both offer software updates for a promised period of time for their gadgets. Currently, Google isn’t at the top by offering seven years of software updates. In 2020, Samsung announced that it would offer three years of Android software updates to selected devices, including premium and mid-range models.

After giving most devices, regardless of price, access to just two significant OS updates for ten years, the business shortly thereafter increased the period of time that flagship and several mid-range smartphones were eligible for OS updates to four years.

Only Samsung Galaxy devices launched in or around 2021 are eligible for the four-year promise of OS upgrades. Therefore, older flagships and cheaper Galaxy series devices will not receive Android 14, as they will only receive Android 13 One UI 5.1 as their final operating system update.

  • Galaxy S20
  • Galaxy S20+
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • Galaxy S20 FE
  • Galaxy Note 20
  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S7
  • Galaxy S7+
  • Galaxy A51 LTE
  • Galaxy A51 5G
  • Galaxy A71 LTE
  • Galaxy A71 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip LTE
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G

It will be quite shocking that several flagship S series and foldables from the Z series are present in the list. Users who always want to use their smartphone in the latest Android environment must acquire a new smartphone launched after 2021.

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Although many of Samsung’s 2020 phones and tablets, particularly the flagship models, have hardware that is still fairly capable, this may come as a disappointment, but it is not surprising as it has never been a criterion for how many updates a specific Galaxy phone will receive and probably never will be.

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