Samsung today unveiled its new high-end phones, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. A high range that is going to launch in Spain in two weeks officially and that has everything to become a sales success. This new high-end comes with high prices, as we have seen, although they are the best phones on the market.
As an operating system, these Samsung Galaxy Note use Android 10 with One UI 2.1. The latest version of the operating system for them, although another aspect that is of importance is the updates. The brand announces an important change in its updates for the high-end, which will like it a lot.
3 years of updates for Samsung’s high-end
It was a piece of news that Samsung announced at the end of its Unpacked today, but that is possibly one of the most important that they leave us today. Since it has been confirmed that their last three high-end generations are going to have three years of updates of the operating system. Three major updates confirmed for all of them, both major and security patches.
This assumes that the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 will have up to Android 12 as the operating system. While this year’s high-end, Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 will have up to Android 13 in terms of updates, thus receiving the new features that are released and all the security patches that are available.
This is great news, although it’s something you should expect from Samsung. Its high range is usually one of the most outstanding in Android, in addition to being one of the best sellers, but it is also a range with high prices. Therefore, if you pay so much money for any of these phones (many times more than 1,000 euros for some of them), having three years of Android updates is almost more an obligation on the part of the firm. Fortunately, the firm will comply.
It is good news that Samsung has also seen it this way, considering the high price of these new phones. Another good news is that it does not only affect this year’s high-end, but also the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, which are still very powerful devices, take advantage of this new update policy.