Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy A50 has reached their end of software support

There was a time when Samsung was known for being the worst regarding software updates, but now they are among the best in the business. But this does not mean they have reached the level of software support that Apple provides.

In a report via GalaxyClub, it has been discovered that Samsung has decided to discontinue the software support for the Galaxy S10 series and A50 phones, four years after their launch.

Galaxy S10 series
Image via Samsung

The Galaxy S10 series was launched in February 2019 with Android 9 and received three Android operating system updates till Android 12. The Galaxy A50 was also launched in the same year with Android 9 and received two Android operating system updates till Android 11.

The Galaxy S10 Lite, which was launched in 2020, is not affected by this discontinuation, and it will continue to get another year of software updates.

Gagan Anjuman Toppo
Gagan Anjuman Toppo
Gagan Anjuman Toppo, a 24-year-old medical student at Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Sciences in Bilaspur, has a keen interest in the smartphone sector. Gagan's expertise lies in crafting well-researched review and comparison articles, while remaining open to exploring the gaming sector as their knowledge expands. As a transparent and dedicated writer, Gagan is eager to discuss potential opportunities and tailor their skills to meet the demands of a professional audience.

Leave a Comment