Samsung has launched its latest new mid-range phones, the Samsung Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 within the Galaxy A series. The company has confirmed that the three devices will get four years of Android updates and five years of security patches just like the Galaxy S22 series and other more expensive phones.
Samsung Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53, Galaxy A73 Updates
While some smartphone manufacturers such as OnePlus are seeking to support some of their mid-range phones with two Android OS updates, the new Samsung Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 will receive four Android system updates.
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These phones will also continue to receive security patches for up to half a decade from their first appearance on the market, making them some of the safest phones on the market in the long run.
The three phones will arrive: Samsung Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy A73 with a system Android 12 Which means that under Samsung’s new update policy, these devices will eventually upgrade to Android 16. However, it has not been revealed what Android 16 will offer and how One UI will change within the next few years.
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It’s clear that some elements of the Samsung One UI never make it to low-cost phones due to hardware limitations, but Samsung’s new phones in the new Galaxy A (2022) series will at least stay in line with the times regarding UI design and overall user experience.
So far, no competitor even comes close to Samsung’s firmware support level, and for this reason, Samsung Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 customers will not have to pay a higher price to enjoy better software in the long run.
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