Source: Evan Blass on Voice

Samsung is preparing to announce the mid-range Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 soon, and while we’ve seen the leaks from the usual suspects, a new detail comes straight from Samsung itself. Spotted on a support page by the Galaxy Club, Samsung lists the Galaxy A52 5G as a candidate for its monthly security updates. It’s the first of the A-Series phones to be there and sits alongside Samsung’s other high-end flagships including the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.

When it comes to updates, Samsung has lifted the bar for what can be expected on Android phones to above what even Google offers. The company is offering around 4 years of security updates for all phones released from 2019 onwards. The cadence may be different, with some phones getting it monthly and others quarterly, but Samsung has committed to supporting all its phones.


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