Galaxy Note 9, one of Samsung’s popular models, has now been removed from the monthly update program. Here are the details…
Samsung, which was recently on the agenda, has been criticized for its stance on the Note series. It turned out that the company has not registered the Note brand recently, nor does it have any plans to add new members to this series.
This disappointing development for users once again showed that the company is more interested in foldable phones. Now, after all this, there was another development. This time, the South Korean manufacturer has the Galaxy Note 9 of the monthly update program.
Galaxy Note 9 removed from monthly update schedule
Samsung’s ever-popular flagship Galaxy Note 9 is now deprecated and is gradually losing support for updates. The company, which has been adding new models to its foldable smartphones in recent weeks, has subsequently rolled up its sleeves on the old models.
Galaxy Note 9, one of the company’s Note series models, has been removed from the monthly update program as of today. This change by the company; It is also reflected on the “Work Scope” page of the devices that will receive monthly, quarterly, and semi-annual updates.
Galaxy Note 9 has now been removed from the monthly update program and added to the list of devices that will receive quarterly updates. After this phase, the company removes the Note 9 of three months and switch to an annual update program.
Samsung not only has the Note 9 in its work coverage program. It also updated this page again with different devices. The recently released Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 have also been added to the monthly support list for the Galaxy A52s 5G. The budget-friendly duo of Galaxy A03s and Galaxy F42 5G have been added to the quarterly update program. In addition, the A10s have been reduced to a biannual update schedule.