Samsung hasn’t been the best company when it comes to software updates. The South Korean giant is largely seen praised its excellent flagships but has rarely received praise for software updated due to its lackluster attention to detail past the first year.
Samsung, over the past year or so has begun paying major attention to the software experience on their devices and it seems like the company is planning to take it a step further as Samsung continues double down on OneUI.
In a press release, Samsung announced that they would be committing to supporting a lot of their recent phones with updates for the next three generations of Android. Most Galaxy devices bearing the A-series tag, or either the S-series tag, or Note series tag from 2019 and forward are included on the list.
Samsung devices promised to get updates for the next three generations.
Galaxy S series: Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, S20 Ultra, S20+ 5G, S20+, S20 5G, S20 in addition to S10 5G, S10+, S10, S10e, S10 Lite and upcoming S series devices.
Galaxy Note series: Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Note20 Ultra, Note20 5G, Note20, Note10+ 5G, Note10+, Note10 5G, Note10, Note10 Lite and upcoming Note series devices
Galaxy Foldable devices: Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, Z Fold2, Z Flip 5G, Z Flip, Fold 5G, Fold and upcoming Z series devices
Galaxy A series: Galaxy A71 5G, A71, A51 5G, A51, A90 5G and select upcoming A series devices
Tablets: Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G, Tab S7+, Tab S7 5G3, Tab S7, Tab S6 5G4, Tab S6, Tab S6 Lite and upcoming Tab S series devices
Samsung has major updates in the oven. Beginning with the upcoming OneUI 3.0 that’s set to make major strides in the quality of life improvements across the board as well as a decent overhaul of the overall interface.