Samsung mobiles that will not update to One UI 4.0 with Android 12

After opening the beta for the first Samsung phones that will enjoy One UI 4.0 and Android 12 with all their news, the bad news arrives. There will be many who will not be able to sign up for the beta, but even worse is the case for those who will not see new updates in the operating system or the layer of their smartphones, having to confirm themselves merely with security patches.

Samsung has made big changes to continue offering the latest news in smartphones that are left behind, but their time has come for everyone. Both the high-end, the mid-range or the input range have to do with this fateful moment, which ends up being a warning that perhaps the end of our smartphone is near and it is time to change it.

Samsung Galaxy that will have no more system updates

Although this list has not yet been confirmed by Samsung itself and it is something that we may never know, we can discover the models that will not be lucky enough to know and see in first person the redesign of Android 12 together with One UI 4.0. From the moment smartphones are launched, we know how long they have to live and although on occasion Samsung can give us joy and extend the updates, all these models that currently have One UI 3.1 along with Android 11, will die in that version.

Therefore, if we have one of these models that we are going to mention, we of course have to stop dreaming of trying the beta version and in turn, forget to enjoy the changes in the system. Among those that will come news in privacy, the extras in personalization, the improvements for the loading of the terminal and many other planned changes.

  • Galaxy S10 5G
  • Galaxy S10
  • Galaxy S10 +
  • Galaxy S10e
  • Galaxy Note 10+
  • Galaxy Note 10
  • Galaxy Fold
  • Galaxy A90 5G
  • Galaxy A01
  • Galaxy A11
  • Galaxy A31
  • Galaxy A41
  • Galaxy A21
  • Galaxy A21s
  • Galaxy A02
  • Galaxy A02s
  • Galaxy M02s
  • Galaxy M02
  • Galaxy M21
  • Galaxy M21s

In the list we find models as prestigious and sold as for example the Samsung Galaxy S10 in all its versions, the Note 10 or the first Samsung folding. These smartphones that were presented in February 2019 currently have 2 and a half years of life, which exceeds what is established by the brand and the time of two years that they offered for updates. The same happens with the Galaxy A41, Galaxy A21 and the rest of the terminals that we see in the list. However, as we have mentioned, it is not official data and there could still be some surprises.

To continue enjoying the news we will have to think about changing the ROM of the smartphone, although with this we will also be losing our guarantees if they are still valid. A complex process that is only recommended for experienced users or those who do not fear that their smartphone could be turned into brick.

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