Samsung makes every effort to let users know that they are serious about releasing software updates. The South Korean smartphone giant pledged three major Android OS updates for its flagships last year, and recently beat Google in its own game by guaranteeing four years of security updates for a number of its recent smartphones. To make it easier for consumers to understand what to expect, Samsung has simply added a few devices to its security update schedule, some of which haven’t even launched yet.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and XCover 5 were added to the monthly update schedule, but the latter has since been removed. This probably signals that the phones are not too far off from the announcement – we recently saw several renders of the A52 5G.
However, these are not the only additions. Galaxy A32 and Galaxy F62 have been added in a quarterly update release. There have also been several downgrades. The Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 have been moved from their quarterly updates to “other regular” (read: infrequent).