Samsung expands software support for the Galaxy S20 series

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series has already exceeded its four-year software support cycle. But now there is good news.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Lineup

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series, consisting of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra, will no longer receive monthly security updates. The software support time frame promised by Samsung has now been exceeded. However, Samsung has not completely stopped software support for these smartphones, as security patches for these models will continue to be available for some time.

The Korean brand has moved the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra to a quarterly update plan. There will be security updates for these Samsung cell phones again, every three months. However, it’s unclear how long this S20 trio will continue to receive security patches from Samsung.

The Galaxy S20 series also includes the Galaxy S20 FE, which will continue to receive monthly security updates for a few months. That’s because Samsung released it months later than the regular models. However, it remains to be seen whether Samsung will also extend software support for the Galaxy S20 FE by switching to the quarterly update cycle. Or whether the Koreans will stop supporting it completely after the four-year software support cycle is completed.


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