Samsung has recently exposed itself to upgrades, with extended support times for many of their models, for example, and they are doing quite well with the release of Android 12.
Stable software has already been released for the S21 mobiles, and beta testing is underway for many other devices. The company’s 2019 flagships have now joined the latter.
Of course, the Galaxy S21 series was the first to receive the One UI 4 interface based on Android 12. The line will continue soon, as the software is already being tested on the foldable Flip and Fold models, the S20 series and the Note 20 series, and now Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 mobiles will also join.
For the time being, the beta program has been launched in South Korea on the Galaxy S10, S10 +, S10e, and S10 5G and the Note 10 and Note 10+ phones. They all came out in 2019, they’ve been two years old, yet Samsung isn’t delaying much, which is commendable. Incidentally, the release of the stable system for these mobiles will start in January, and several of the newer models may already be updated in December according to a previously leaked schedule.
Of course, Samsung will not leave the mid-range either. The Galaxy A42 5G, Galaxy A52s 5G, and the manufacturer’s affordable top mobile, Galaxy S20 FE, may occur in January.