With the Galaxy S24 lineup, Samsung became the best option for those who want a smartphone with the longest after-sales software update support. The Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra will receive OS and feature updates for seven years, and while Google’s Pixel phones also get seven years of updates, Samsung will benefit more customers thanks to its considerably larger market share and worldwide popularity.
While Samsung hasn’t officially said anything about software support for devices that launch in the future, every new flagship from here on out will likely be eligible for seven years of updates, and to make it easier for you to keep track of which devices are included in Samsung’s new update policy, we have compiled the list below.
Galaxy smartphones eligible for seven years of Android and One UI updates
- Galaxy S24
- Galaxy S24+
- Galaxy S24 Ultra
Yes, the list is a short one as of January 2024, as Samsung has not extended seven years of firmware support to devices launched before the Galaxy S24 series, which is a bummer. But the list will get longer as the months go by and Samsung launches new flagship phones, and hopefully, the company will also bring some mid-range devices into the mix.
We’ll update this article and the list every time we are made privy to new information, so be sure to bookmark it and check back from time to time.