Samsung: these smartphones will not receive an update to One UI 6.0

Although Samsung is one of the most generous brands in its policy of providing updates, there are models that inevitably reach the end of their useful life.

These are the smartphones that will no longer receive the next big update to the One UI 6.0 interface, based on the Android 14 operating system.

Galaxy S10 series models will not receive One UI 6.0

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will still be eligible to receive the new One UI 6.0 interfaceCredit@Samsung

Samsung has a generous upgrade policy. It provides, on a monthly basis, various updates, such as security patches. But most of all, it provides four years of operating system and interface updates and five years of security patches for a wide variety of smartphones in its portfolio.

Even so, the arrival of a new operating system and interface always means the end of life of some mobile terminals that have been on the market for a long time. And this will inevitably happen with the arrival of the One UI 6.0 interface, based on the new Android 14 operating system.

It is now known that the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e models will not be eligible to receive the next major update to Samsung’s new interface. All three models were launched in the distant year 2019, having already reached the limit of four fundamental updates.

But it’s not just these terminals from the Galaxy S10 series that are at the end of their useful life. The mid-range smartphones Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 will also end their software support cycle.

All because Samsung has already delivered on its three-year promise of major software and security updates.

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It should also be noted that the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Note 10 will now receive quarterly updates, while the Galaxy A72, M62 and F62 models will be entitled to two updates per year.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy S10 Lite will receive One UI 6.0 interface

But there are good news. The Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy S10 Lite models will also receive Samsung’s new interface, based on Android 14. This is because these two terminals were launched a year after the other models in the series mentioned here.

Samsung is among the brands that provide the most updates. Currently, the best smartphones and some mid-range terminals enjoy four years of deep software updates and five years of security patches.

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