Android 12 operating system is one of the most popular versions of Google operating system among millions of Samsung smartphone users. In fact, this version will already be installed on more than 100 million mobile devices of the South Korean brand with the respective version of One UI 4. Now, however, the leading manufacturer is preparing the distribution of Android 13.
It will do so through, or with, its One UI 5 interface, the next major version of the user interface based on Google’s Android 13 operating system, made available by the North American technology company during the summer.
However, with each new generation of smartphones and annual OS distributions, there are models that no longer receive the news.
Such is the case with the list of Samsung smartphones that you can consult below.
Samsung smartphones without the right to Android 13 and One UI 5
Galaxy Note 10Galaxy Note 10+Galaxy Note 10+ 5GGalaxy S10Galaxy S10eGalaxy S10+Galaxy S10 5GGalaxy Fold
Although Samsung is doing some of the best work when it comes to distributing software updates, there are certain models that are approaching end of life.
Such is the case of the paradigmatic Galaxy Note 10, of the S10, as well as the first high-end folding smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, already four years old.
It should be noted that this listing was advanced by the publication Sammobile in the first place. However, it is based on the new rules and criteria established by the leading manufacturer for its One UI, publicly disclosed.
One UI 5 will bring new features to Samsung smartphones
In One UI 5 Beta 2 the native orientation button needs to be turned on Earlier we used to see a small button in the corner whenever the screen rotation used to change with auto rotation locked. Now to see that button you need to enable the toggle shown below. pic.twitter.com/IvU7IFkC8r
— Maaz Perwez (@MaazMz) September 13, 2022
Although the aforementioned end-of-life models are confined to Android 12 with One UI 4, there are several new features to be prepared for the latest models. For these, we will have more resources for capturing content, more options for the camera, in addition to expanded options for productivity, security and personalization of mobile devices.
In short, this is bad news for users of the Samsung smartphones in question, but it only follows up on the brand’s current policy of updates.
In fact, it can be said, with due credit, that Samsung is one of the brands that most updates its equipment, for the longest time, especially for high-end models.
Finally, it is important to note that despite not receiving One UI 5, the devices will receive at least one more year of security updates.
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