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  1. Oppo apparently ‘considering’ four years of Android updates as Vivo commits to three Long-term Android updates have become a competition for most Android manufacturers nowadays with Samsung of all things leading the charge. To keep up, Vivo and Oppo are both expanding their Android update policies. Vivo announced today that it would commit to three years of Android updates. This isn’t a sweeping policy, though, but rather only applies to the flagship “X” series. The policy kicks in on devices launching after July of 2021 and covers the European, Australian,
  2. Qualcomm promises three years of Android updates for its entire SoC lineup The new plan is three years of major OS updates and four years of security updates. Enlarge / The Snapdragon 888, sitting on the world's biggest ARM motherboard. Qualcomm 142 with 96 posters participating Google and Qualcomm are teaming up to enable a longer support window for flagship Android smartphones. Qualcomm, with Google's help, will now support its chipsets for three years of major OS updates and four years of security updates, ena
  3. Don't Nokia it, til' you've tried it IF PIXEL PHONES don't appeal, then new research from Counterpoint says there's only one other game in town for timely Android updates: Nokia. That's not a bet you'd have made three years ago, before Nokia dramatically came back from the dead after a spell churning out Windows handsets for a largely apathetic market. Indeed, Nokia has pretty limited experience of Android ahead of its recent resurgence (who remembers the Nokia X?), but despite that it has a pretty impressive record of pushing updates out to its whole spect
  4. Samsung guarantees three ‘generations’ of Android OS updates for some Galaxy phones There are some caveats for A-series phones Becca Farsace / The Verge Samsung is promising to “support three generations of Android updates” for Galaxy phones, but that won’t apply to all the phones it makes. Samsung says it will happen for phones from the Galaxy S10 and newer, but that some of its lower A-series phones may not be up to it. In a statement to The Verge, Samsung clarifies that the guarantee “applies to S, N and Z Ser
  5. Asus launched an Android Pie beta program for the Zenfone 4 flagship back in the summer. Several months later an employee with the Taiwanese company said there is no plan for the Pie update, and today a report from China confirmed once again the worries - the Asus Zenfone 4 will remain on Oreo. Meanwhile the first ROG Phone is also stuck on the two-year-old OS. Upon further review, it appears that the gaming handset will indeed miss on the Pie as well. The Asus Zenfone 4 was initially launched at MWC 2017 with Android Nougat 7.1, but later received Android
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