[List] These Samsung Galaxy devices will have Four Android upgrades

Starting this year, Samsung officially announced the expansion of its upgrades guarantee. Now, the Galaxy S22 series and Galaxy Tab S8 series tablets will be eligible for Four Android and One UI generation upgrades.

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The same policy also applies to last year’s flagship Galaxy Z, and Galaxy S lineup. At the same time, select upcoming Galaxy A phones have also joined the four Android upgrades party.

However, Samsung will now provide up to five years of security updates to help protect select Galaxy devices. Below you can check the list of the Galaxy devices that are eligible for four years of AndroidOS updates.

These Galaxy devices will have Four Android upgrades

 

  • Samsung Galaxy S Series:
        • Galaxy S22
        • Galaxy S22+
        • Galaxy S22 Ultra
        • Galaxy S21
        • Galaxy S21+
        • Galaxy S21 Ultra
        • Galaxy S21 FE
        • Galaxy S20
        • Galaxy S20 5G
        • Galaxy S20+
        • Galaxy S20+ 5G
        • Galaxy S20 Ultra
        • Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
        • Galaxy S20 FE
        • Galaxy S20 FE 5G
        • Galaxy S10
        • Galaxy S10+
        • Galaxy S10e
        • Galaxy S10 5G
        • Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Series:
        • Galaxy Z Fold 3
        • Galaxy Z Flip 3
        • Galaxy Z Fold 2
        • Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
        • Galaxy Fold
        • Galaxy Fold 5G
        • Galaxy Z Flip
        • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Series:
        • Galaxy Note 20
        • Galaxy Note 20 5G
        • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
        • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G
        • Galaxy Note 10
        • Galaxy Note 10 5G
        • Galaxy Note 10+
        • Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
        • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy A Series:
        • Galaxy A73 5G
        • Galaxy A53 5G
        • Galaxy A03
        • Galaxy A13
        • Galaxy A11
        • Galaxy A21
        • Galaxy A21s
        • Galaxy A31
        • Galaxy A41
        • Galaxy A51
        • Galaxy A51 5G
        • Galaxy A71
        • Galaxy A71 5G
        • Galaxy A12
        • Galaxy A22 LTE/5G
        • Galaxy A32 5G
        • Galaxy A42 5G
        • Galaxy A52 LTE/5G
        • Galaxy A52s 5G
        • Galaxy A82 5G
        • Galaxy A10
        • Galaxy A10e
        • Galaxy A10s
        • Galaxy A20
        • Galaxy A20s
        • Galaxy A30
        • Galaxy A30s
        • Galaxy A40
        • Galaxy A50
        • Galaxy A50s
        • Galaxy A60
        • Galaxy A70
        • Galaxy A70s
        • Galaxy A80
        • Galaxy A90 5G
        • Galaxy A02s
  • Samsung Galaxy M Series:
        • Galaxy M23
        • Galaxy M33
        • Galaxy M32
        • Galaxy M42
        • Galaxy M52
        • Galaxy M62
        • Galaxy M11
        • Galaxy M12
        • Galaxy M21
        • Galaxy M31
        • Galaxy M31s
        • Galaxy M51
        • Galaxy M10s
        • Galaxy M20
        • Galaxy M30
        • Galaxy M30s
        • Galaxy M40
  • Samsung Galaxy XCover:
        • Galaxy XCover4s
        • Galaxy XCover Field Pro
        • Galaxy XCover Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy Tablets:
        • Galaxy Tab S8
        • Galaxy Tab S8+
        • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
        • Galaxy Tab S5e
        • Galaxy Tab S6
        • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
        • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
        • Galaxy Tab S7
        • Galaxy Tab S7+
        • Galaxy Tab S7 FE LTE/Wi-Fi/5G
        • Galaxy Tab Active Pro
        • Galaxy Tab Active 3
        • Galaxy Tab A 8 (2019)
        • Galaxy Tab A with S Pen
        • Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020)
        • Galaxy Tab A7
        • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
        • Galaxy Tab A8

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Beta 2.1:

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Beta 2:

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Beta 1:

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