Samsung has announced that it would improve its long-term software support to three years for its flagship phones, starting with the Galaxy S10 series.
New information, however, indicates that the support may trickle down to the Galaxy A-series, most likely starting with the Galaxy A71, A51, and A90.
The global smartphone market leader had originally announced that it would improve its software update policy for its flagship phones by matching OnePlus and Google with three major OS updates, starting with the Galaxy S10 series.
“Apparently, that perk may also be valid for the company’s high-end Galaxy A-series,” SamMobile reported.
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While there’s no official decision yet, the report said, it’s logical to assume that if the company does decide to go on with this, it will likely kick things off with the more expensive Galaxy A-series phones.
It added that, it’s also sensible to assume it will start with the newest models, which narrows the list down to the Galaxy A71 and, possibly, the Galaxy A90. The Galaxy A51 could also get a similar treatment.