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Final major update imminent: Samsung sends popular mobile into ‘part-time retirement’

Final major update imminent: Samsung sends popular mobile into ‘part-time retirement’


With Android14, Samsung will soon release one last major update for its popular Galaxy cell phone. After that, the manufacturer sends the form to “part-time retirement”.

After Android 14, Samsung will only give Galaxy A52 and A52s security patches. (Source: Samsung)

South Korean manufacturer Samsung is currently preparing an update to Android 14 for several smartphones. The A52s 5G should also be among them. The mid-range phone is rumored to be one of the first Galaxy models to receive the update.

Anyone who owns the Galaxy A52s 5G has reason to be happy. But another message looms. Because he likes the fan blog SamMobile It has been reported that Android 14 will be the last major update for a Samsung phone. No Android 15 update planned. With Android 12, Android 13 and 14, the A52s 5G has already received all three promised version updates.

Android 15: These phones will get the update
All information about Android 15

Google is currently working on Android 15. Below we collect all the rumors about the upcoming update for you and reveal which phones will receive it.

Galaxy A52s will no longer receive Android 15

According to SamMobile, the A52 and A52 5G sibling models as well as the Galaxy A72 and Galaxy Tab S7 FE share the same fate. But you don’t have to buy a new mobile phone right away. Because Samsung will provide you with security patches for another year. According to SamMobile, the devices could also benefit from minor feature updates. But this is not clear yet.

Still want to secure your Samsung phone now that it will definitely get Android 15 and updates beyond that? Then you can currently find good deals for Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 from Samsung in Freenet.

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