A reddit user in the UK has managed to access the roadmap for Samsung’s mobile software updates via the Samsung Members app. While this reveals when all of Samsung’s flagship smartphones and other devices will receive the Android 10 update, a couple of devices were found to be missing. Particularly, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8, both of which were launched in 2017.
While one may argue that Samsung has kept its promise of offering software support for two years, it does seem a little disappointing given that these flagships are just over two years old. So which devices are getting the update? Well, the reddit user was kind enough to share the entire list, and evidently it’s a little too long.
The update rollout will stretch all the way down to September 2020, so it’s going to take a while until the rollout is completed. It is worth noting that Samsung devices that will remain on Android 9.0 will still receive One UI, so it’s not a bad bargain overall.
Galaxy S10 5G
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
Galaxy Tab S4
Galaxy Tab S5e
Galaxy Tab A 8 (2019)
Galaxy Tab A 10.5
Galaxy Tab A 10.1
Do you see any of your devices on this list? Also, what do you make of the omission of the Galaxy S8 and the Note 8 from this list? Share your comments below.
Via: Droid Life