Some Samsung Galaxy A phones are expected to receive updates for three years | Cell phone

Cell phones Samsung Galaxy A can start receiving Android updates for three years. Samsung evaluates the possibility of expanding the support period for some models of the line of intermediate smartphones of the South Korean brand launched after the Samsung Galaxy S10, according to TizenHelp this Wednesday (12).

Samsung Galaxy A phones, like Galaxy A71 (pictured), should receive updates for 3 years

Samsung is considering releasing updates for three years for phones with more advanced specifications of the Galaxy A line, such as the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71, both for sale in Brazil. Whoever counts is a representative of the company in response to an owner of a Galaxy A90, but without revealing which models would be awarded for the extension.

The new updates policy, if approved, will bring intermediate mobile phones closer to South Korean brand premium smartphones. During the Unpacked 2020 event on August 5, Samsung promised three years of Android and security updates to the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Note cell phones.

Microsoft is another company that will follow the three-year rule, in addition to the Google Pixel line phones. On Thursday (13), the company promised the same period of system and security updates to the new Surface Duo, which will hit stores in September with prices starting at $ 1,399 (about R $ 7.51 in direct conversion) .

With information: Android Central and TizenHelp

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