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One UI 7 (Android 15) Will be Final Major OS Update for Your Galaxy Devices

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Android 15-based One UI 7.0 is the next major iteration for Samsung Galaxy devices. Receiving a new Android-based One UI update means a kind of new birth for the Galaxy phone, but it’s hard to relate when your device stands in line to receive the last major OS update. 

Downheartedly, here we are mentioning a Samsung Galaxy device list that will be eligible to receive the Android 15-based One UI 7.0 update, but unfortunately as the last one. 

Samsung drops the software support for Galaxy devices when they have already reached the peak of dedicated major OS updates. Before you go through the list, let us confirm that this is an unofficial list that we have prepared by keeping in mind the software update policy for each Samsung Galaxy device, as per which the mentioned device may receive Android 15 as their final major OS update. 

These Samsung Galaxy devices will receive Android 15 as their final OS update

Galaxy Z Series (foldable) 

  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 

Galaxy S Series (flagship)

  • Galaxy S21
  • Galaxy S21+
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra 

Galaxy A Series (mid-range) 

  • Galaxy A14
  • Galaxy A14 5G 
  • Galaxy A05
  • Galaxy A05s

Galaxy M Series (affordable mid-range) 

  • Galaxy M14 4G
  • Galaxy M14 5G

Galaxy F Series 

  • Galaxy F14 5G 

Samsung has already started the Android 15-based One UI 7.0 beta’s internal testing for its current high-end Galaxy S24 smartphones, as we already reported about the spotting, and it is expected that Samsung could introduce One UI 7.0 sometime between late October and September 2024. 

Android 15 is running in the developing beta phase, and it appears that the stable version could bring a bundle of convenient facilities; for instance, a full-screen application, taking notes directly from the lock screen, default wallet app settings, more Wi-Fi security options, cellular network security, and many more. Since Google is working on these features for Android devices, the Galaxy device can arrive by default; however, Samsung has the right to represent these features with its One UI 7.0 skin, and it is also possible that it may hold a few features and give them with the next One UI 7.1 update. 

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Android 15 Offers Up to 3 Hours More Standby Time

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Google has already made Android 15 beta 2 available to download. The giant teased Android enthusiasts by suggesting that Android 15 improves backup battery life for up to 3 hours on specific devices. 

Android 15 is the next major iteration for Android devices. It is quite obvious that it will bring new improvements, upgrades, changes, and new features; for instance, private space and an extra layer of security to enhance the overall experience. Recently, Google at the I/O 2024 event revealed a hidden novelty: at least up to 3 hours longer backup battery life for some smartphones, and the credit goes to faster Doze mode activation. 

At Google I/O, Google executives revealed that Wear OS 5 smartwatches can run marathons with 20% less battery drain as compared to the previous version, Wear OS 4. It is said that this particular improvement comes from several optimizations, including reducing the time the main processor stays awake while writing health data. 

Sameet Samat, President of Android Ecosystem, discussed Wear OS 5 and suggested that this new version optimizes background tasks to improve battery life. It highlights running tasks while the watch is charging instead of while you are wearing it. This scheme quite matches the Doze mode of Android, which automatically schedules background tasks during idle periods when the screen is off. Noticeably, in the forthcoming Android 15 update, the Doze mode appears to be getting more convenient improvements. 

Doze mode will help activate 50% faster, which can lead to up to 3 hours of extra backup battery breath. This mode is expected to benefit all devices that will receive the Android 15 update. 

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List of Devices Eligible for Samsung One UI 7.0 Update

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Samsung One UI 6.1’s era is almost done; now the next major iteration is One UI 7.0, based on Android 15, about to knock on the doors of Samsung Galaxy smartphones. To quell curiosity, we are mentioning the eligible Galaxy device list for Android 15-based One UI 7.0. 

The very first question that comes to every smartphone user’s mind regarding the latest update is whether his device will be eligible for the update or not, even before what new novelties the update will bring. Android 15-based One UI 7.0 is next in line; at the moment, Android 15 is already dealing with the second beta program, and the stable version is expected to arrive sometime in October. 

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On the other hand, Samsung began the One UI 7.0 beta’s internal testing for the recently launched Galaxy S24 series, expected to arrive within no time after Android 15. Before the stable version, the giant will roll out the beta initially for the latest flagship Galaxy S24 series and then the rest of the flagship Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S22, Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and more. 

Android 15-based One UI 7.0: Eligible Galaxy Device List 

Galaxy Z series (foldable devices) 

  • Galaxy Z Flip 5
  • Galaxy Z Fold 5
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Galaxy Z Fold 4
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 

Galaxy Tab series (bigger screen devices)

  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S9+
  • Galaxy Tab S9
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE+
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S8+
  • Galaxy Tab S8
  • Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro
  • Galaxy Tab A9+ 
  • Galaxy Tab A9

Galaxy S Series (flagship devices) 

  • Galaxy S24 Ultra
  • Galaxy S24+
  • Galaxy S24
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23+
  • Galaxy S23
  • Galaxy S23 FE
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Galaxy S22+
  • Galaxy S22
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Galaxy S21+
  • Galaxy S21
  • Galaxy S21 FE 

Galaxy A Series (mid-range devices) 

  • Galaxy A73
  • Galaxy A53
  • Galaxy A33
  • Galaxy A55
  • Galaxy A54
  • Galaxy A35
  • Galaxy A34
  • Galaxy A24
  • Galaxy A12
  • Galaxy A25
  • Galaxy A15
  • Galaxy A05s

Galaxy M & F series (affordable mid-range) 

  • Galaxy M55
  • Galaxy M54
  • Galaxy M35
  • Galaxy M34
  • Galaxy M14
  • Galaxy F55
  • Galaxy F54
  • Galaxy F14

However, the list mentioned above is not official, so it is possible more devices could be added later in this list. 

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Google Enhances Passkeys Functionality to Gboard on Android 15 to Wear OS 5

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Google’s developer conference, I/O 2024, focused dedicatedly on the furtherance of artificial intelligence and brought dozens of other announcements, including Wear OS 5 and Android 15 Beta 2. Google also discussed the future of passwordless login with passkeys, pointing out the possible incorporation into Android as well as Wear OS. 

From Google I/O 2024, it unfolds forthcoming enhancements to passkeys, focusing on a user-friendly as well as instant login experience. From the overall discussion, a strong connection between these advancements and the upcoming release of Android 15 and the new Wear OS update appears. 

Regarding this, the Google Workspace team discussed streamlining the passkey access mechanism, which will go from a sequence of multiple phases, such as account confirmation and authentication through fingerprint, face recognition, or PIN, to a single touch. 

The user experience sees all details on a single, larger screen; in the presence of multiple accounts, there will be a selector to switch from one to the other. The renewed passkey functionality is rolling out with the new versions of Credential Manager on Android 15. 

Google is looking forward to a strong combination of passkeys and reference applications for enhancing a seamless user experience. Android 15, including the improvement of Gboard integration, but here is the catch: it will be available only on devices upgraded to Android 15. While authenticating and clicking on a relevant text entry field, Gboard will automatically suggest login credentials instantly from the Credential Manager, and you apply them to passkeys and also to log in with Google and passwords. For detailed information, you can also check out the dedicated official video here

Being able to hope for a simplified authentication method is all the more beneficial where the display of the device used is particularly small, and now, to keep this point in mind, Google has decided to make Credential Manager available on smartwatches starting with Wear OS 5, opening up quick authentication through Passkey. 

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