Samsung is currently the industry leader in releasing Android software updates. The company launched its high-end devices last year. will release security updates for up to four years had promised. The South Korean company will not have been able to take its speed, now it has some Galaxy smartphones. announced it will offer five years of security updates.
Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy XCover 5 and Galaxy Tab Active 3′
Enterprise edition variants of will receive security and maintenance updates for five years from launch date. All other enterprise devices from Samsung will receive four years of updates.
Samsung’s enterprise edition Galaxy smartphones are devices designed for businesses. They can be configured with software and applications approved by businesses. Such devices offer additional security measures and enterprise data management features; which means the phones can be configured and managed by the company’s IT team. As usual, security updates for enterprise Galaxy smartphones will be released monthly or quarterly, depending on the device.
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It may also release five years of security updates for the consumer variants of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Tab Active 3 and Galaxy XCover 5, as Samsung has done something similar with the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8 series in the past.