Samsung to update these phones for four years: Galaxy S10, Galaxy A50 and more

Samsung has just announced Galaxy Enterprise Edition smartphones for businessmen. Here's how it differs from regular versions.

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Samsung has announced Enterprise edition smartphones.

Samsung has launched a ton of smartphone recently. Most of its smartphones are focused on normal consumers. However, the company has also announced its Galaxy Enterprise Edition smartphones for business customers. These phones are currently available only in the United Kingdom. While these phones will sport similar design and hardware, they will bring enhanced security and provide more service support for corporate users.

Currently, the South Korean giant is offering quite a lot of smartphones under its Galaxy Enterprise Edition, which include the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A40, Galaxy Note 9, XCover 4s and more.

Apart from the extra security, the Galaxy Enterprise Edition smartphone users will gain other benefits as well. These benefits include regular firmware updates as well as four years of regular Android and Samsung security patches. This will ensure the security of the device down the line.

The flagship Enterprise Edition S and Note Series phones will get monthly updates for the first three years. For the final year, it will receive quarterly updates. In comparison, the regular variants receive Android updates for the first two years and then they shift to the quarterly update cycle.

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As for the mid-range devices like the Samsung Galaxy A-series and the Galaxy XCover 4S, the company will provide them with enterprise updates quarterly for four years. This is way better than the regular mid-range Samsung phones, which usually stop receiving updates after two years.


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