Obviously, not every smartphone will always receive updates, as every company has its own update policy. At that time, the company is offering new updates and features to smartphones. According to Samsung One UI’s update policy, flagship smartphones and tablets released after 2021 are compatible with the 4th generation major updates.
If you’re talking about the Galaxy S series, the Galaxy S22 is currently the latest product bundled with new features, impressive designs, and more. Smartphones in this series will first receive the Android 13 update.
However, some smartphones in the S series will not receive major updates. In other words, it is out of scope for Android 13. You can see a list of Galaxy S series smartphones that are not compatible with the Android 13 update.
Device list :
- Galaxy S10
- Galaxy S10e
- Galaxy S10+
- Galaxy S10 5G
Previously, most Samsung Galaxy devices received two major, two-year monthly security patches and a third-year quarterly patch. Samsung has amended its One UI Update Policy to provide four major Android updates for flagship devices released after 2021.
In August 2020, South Korea’s giant tech company said that all major Galaxy devices that debuted with Android 9-based One UI 1.x software will receive three major OS upgrades. This announcement provides additional Android updates for the famous Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Note 10 series. And now, the above Galaxy S10 series smartphones are not subject to major Android upgrades and will not receive Android 13 updates.
A recent report brings additional Android updates for the famous Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Note 10 series. And now, the Galaxy S10 series smartphones mentioned above are not eligible for any major Android upgrade, which means that will not get the Android 13 update.
Google has released the Android 13 Beta 4 update with a bunch of fixes and features. the company has officially confirmed that the next update will be the stable Android 13 release.