In the Galaxy S series, Samsung has promised three years of Android updates to all Galaxy S10 and S20 variants. Sadly, the Galaxy S9 series doesn’t figure in the list. This means that Android 10 would be the last update for the S9 and S9 Plus, given that they launched with Android Oreo.
As for the Galaxy S10 series, you can expect Android 12 to be its last update. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra are in line to get Android 13 in the future. Samsung has also said that the S20 series will be the first to get Android 11 later this year, followed by other devices.
Here’s a full list of all Galaxy S series devices on Samsung’s three-year update schedule:
In the Galaxy Note series, only the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 phones are eligible for three years of Android OS updates. So we’re not expecting to see Android 11 on the Galaxy Note 9. The Galaxy Note 10 series will get the new OS and Android 12 will be its last major OS update. The Galaxy Note 20 phones, just like the Galaxy S20 flagships, will be eligible to get Android 13.
Here’s a full list of all Galaxy Note series devices on Samsung’s three-year update schedule:
Besides Samsung’s flagship phones, the company will also be extending its three updates policy to devices like the Galaxy Tab S7, high-end Galaxy A series phones, and all its foldables. Below is a complete list.
For Galaxy devices not on this list, Samsung says it “is committed to providing the latest Android OS upgrades until the hardware specifications allow to provide the optimized mobile experience.”