the Samsung It announced bad news for its users Older smartphone models. The company won’t have updates for one of its cell phone lines, which is a common occurrence when it comes to this Technique.
The Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which were released in 2020, got Android 13 in November this year. From now on, the operating system will not be updated and only devices will have access to security packages to patch any flaws.
Since it hit the market with Android 10 installed, the model has received three system updates. However, it will no longer be covered by the following updates, incl Android 14.
Samsung’s line of smartphones has arrived in Brazil with a suggested retail price of R$6,499 for the Galaxy Note 20 and R$7,999 for the Note 20 Ultra. The first device has 8 GB of random memory and 256 GB of internal storage, and it differs from the second in terms of screen size and camera quality.
Even after it was awarded the Best Cell Phone of the Year award and became one of the darlings of consumers, the South Korean manufacturer ended production of the line. The company’s flagship is now the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which among other components inherited the design of the Note 20 Ultra.
The respective devices can still receive updates from One UI, which is an Android-based operating system designed by Samsung. The program will release its next version in a few months, One UI 5.1.1.
There is no confirmation that the system will be compatible with the Note 20 series, but it could be. Initially, the focus is on the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5.
In the meantime, users can continue to use mobile phones with the release of One UI 5. The lack of system updates does not immediately make the smartphone unwieldy to use.
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