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Samsung Galaxy devices to get the Security Patch updates for four years

A year back, the company has astonished everyone by announcing the three years of promised Android upgrades to its selected devices. Now, it has announced the four (4) years of security patch updates to the All Galaxy phones launched from 2019 or later. The lineup includes the Galaxy Z, S, Note, A, M, XCover and Tab series.

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Likewise, make a memorable point that these are the Security patch update that accompanies common bug fixes for known issues and upgrades. Aside from these, it does exclude any new highlights to the gadget. Thus, these updates are just intended to build the smartphone’s security patch level. These updates can be delivered quarterly or month to month and may set aside an effort to arrive at all the users.

The list of eligible devices getting four (4) years of security patch updates are as follows. Surprising, the company has not included the newly launched Galaxy A02 smartphone. So, as of now, it is unsure about the device may among the list of supported devices or not. As per the official note, over 130 smartphone models are a part of this list.

Eligible Galaxy Devices List

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Samsung is a well-known brand in providing software updates and Security patch updates regularly to almost all smartphones. Recently, a couple of Galaxy smartphones have got both Software and Security patch updates. Interestingly, from the past few months, Samsung has started rolling out the Security updates even before Google rolls out them to the Pixel devices.

Related: Samsung Galaxy F62 starts receiving the February 2021 Security Patch update.

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