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These Galaxy Devices Might Not Get Android Pie

As for the rest of Samsung’s lineup, here are a few devices that might not make the move from Android Oreo to Android Pie in 2019:

Devices that have received two major software updates (Nougat, Oreo), are currently on the fence when it comes to Android Pie. Popular models like the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge aren’t included on Samsung’s official Android Pie roadmaps.

The Galaxy S7 appeared to get certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance running Android Pie, but the documentation has been pulled and it now looks like it was a mistake.

Older devices like the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 probably won’t get upgraded to Android Pie. Neither device received an upgrade to Android Oreo.

Samsung typically provides two major Android updates before killing off support. It could make some major changes with Android Pie, but nothing is confirmed and a release for older models like the Galaxy S7 appears unlikely.

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Ravi0883
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GaganBro
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are you in this list .. i mean your model
Ravi0883
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yes s7 edge
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SwetaSingh22
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Are you from technical team of Samsung?
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GaganBro
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Just Samsung member as all
SwetaSingh22
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Can you solve Hardware problem related to S10 ?!!
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GaganBro
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yes , What the issue? describe or Create your new post regarding your problem. thanks
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S7  the most elegant and powerful device 

Samsung must upgrade S7 to Android Pie

to fix battery problem 

 

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