Samsung Commits to Bringing Future OS-Updates even Faster than this Year
Samsung tracks quite an impressive record, keeping their old devices up-to-date. Support-wise, the Korean giant ranks second in the industry with four years of major updates, just one year shy of Apple's crowned iOS support. Four years criteria only apply to 2022 unraveled Galaxy phones.
Amid recent trends, the Android 13 got announced on August 15th, and almost 2.5 months later, the OTA has spanned most of Samsung's newborn and matured portfolio. The updates have synced on a myriad of flagship & upper mid-range devices in a short period. The chain already has a mega headstart over its Chinese competitors, and It's about to get even better.
In a freshly sighted blog post, Samsung proudly boasts the official OneUI 5.0 x Android 13 OS released on multiple devices. The article also underlines the list of monikers queued for an update next. Due to regional OTA distribution, Samsung's OneUI 5 might not be available in some areas as of yet.
The important news in that post is the brand's surety to provide future updates faster than the gap (2.5 months) they took this time. Samsung Galaxy S23 price is quite low but even that would not be left out. However vague that statement is, Samsung never disappoints after a commitment. Users will likely see a faster response by the chain with next year's Android OS. This way, Galaxies will finally catch up to Google's own Pixel phones.
Furthermore, Samsung adds that Galaxy A52s 5G and A32 will soon receive Android 13 x OneUI 5, hand-in-hand with Z Fold 2 and 3. If we look at the most prevalent Galaxy devices in Pakistan, Samsung Galaxy A32 price wise is the most popular handset in the local market. The sequential update cycle will soon hit eligible flagship tablets Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S7 FE & Tab S7, and later move down to mid-range models like Tab S6 Lite.