The Serie Galaxy A of Samsung it is definitely the one that most attracts the attention of users, and the launch of the excellent Samsung Galaxy A52 5G (here our review) confirms how much this large family of mid-range smartphones really is valid from all points of view.
Samsung Galaxy A82 5G sticking out of the cylinder
Samsung Galaxy A82 5G is one of the new smartphones that the company would be working on and which we have often found ourselves talking about on these pages following rumors and leaks. In these hours, however, to attract attention to this smartphone not yet announced is not a leak, but rather the same company that has added it to the web page relating to the frequency of software updates provided for smartphones.
As you can see from the image above, in fact, the still not presented Samsung Galaxy A82 5G is part of the smartphones indicated to receive quarterly software updates. All this is rather curious for two reasons: the first, the most obvious, refers to the oversight of the company that added it to the list above before time; the second concerns the frequency of software updates provided for the smartphone.
It is a bit of a species to see Samsung Galaxy A82 5G inside smartphones eligible for quarterly updates, considering that a device like Samsung Galaxy A52 5G – on the bottom card, at least according to leaks – receives monthly updates instead.
Goodbye forever to Samsung Galaxy S8
The South Korean giant is definitely one of the most attentive in terms of software support for its smartphones, almost on par with what Google does with the Pixel line of smartphones. In these hours, the official page relating to the frequency of software updates for Samsung smartphones greets the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 + models forever.
The company was committed to updating the devices on a semi-annual basis, and the permanent removal marks the end of official support to a smartphone that made Samsung history. Users who still own the smartphone today can refer to the incredible Android community that still today creates custom ROMs for the smartphone.
On the other hand, those looking for a worthy heir can get a clear idea of what the company offers by taking a look at our personal selection of the best Samsung smartphones.