Three more Samsung phones now getting Android 13 including Galaxy A03s

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Samsung is still dishing Android 13 OS with One UI v5 to it Galaxy smartphones. Three more devices in the company’s Galaxy lineup, including a tablet device are currently getting the OS.

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What is even more interesting is the fact that these devices were initially scheduled to start getting Google Android 13 from February of 2023. But Samsung, demoing it commitment to enhance older Galaxy phones have decided to push these update ahead of time.

The three new smartphones getting the OS includes the Galaxy A71 5G announced back in 2020. This device run on Google Android 10 out of the box, and with the latest update, it means the phone has gotten three major software updates.

Three more Samsung phones now getting Android 13 including Galaxy A03s more samsung phones including the Galaxy A03s gets Android 13 update

The second device is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE. The S7 FE is a larger 12.4 inches Android tablet that was announced back in May of 2021. It came with Google Android 11 out of the box, got update to Android 12 in March of 2022, and now, it is being pushed to Android 13.

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The third device on the list is the budget friendly Galaxy A03s. Arriving in August of 2021, the Galaxy A03s booted Android 11 out of the box. It got One UI Core 4.1 with Android 12 back in July, and now owners of these entry-level device can also enjoy the features of Android 13.

Going by the current statistics, it seems Samsung has more devices running Android 13 than any other OEM. Not that Galaxy phones are getting updated to Android 13, but these updates are also arriving ahead of schedule. As a result, we won’t be surprise to see phones that are not on the initial update schedule receiving the update in the future.

Sources: One | Two

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Stephen Ekpa
Stephen Ekpahttps://www.droidafrica.net
Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.

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