Samsung Ends Support for Galaxy A51 5G, A41, and M01
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Samsung ends Support for Galaxy A51 5G, A41, and M01 – Time to Upgrade!

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G

Samsung has officially concluded its software support for three of its popular smartphones – the Galaxy A51 5G, the Galaxy A41, and the Galaxy M01. This means that these devices will no longer receive any updates, including crucial security patches.

The Galaxy A51 5G made its debut in April 2020, initially running on Android 10. Over the years, it has been updated to Android 13, ensuring users enjoy the latest features and security improvements. Similarly, the Galaxy A41 was launched in May 2020 with Android 10. This device was subsequently upgraded to Android 12 and continued to receive security updates until now. The Galaxy M01, released in June 2020, followed a similar update trajectory, advancing from Android 10 to Android 12.

Samsung Galaxy A41

Samsung’s commitment to supporting these devices for at least four years from their launch has been fulfilled, reflecting the company’s dedication to providing long-term value to its customers. However, as this four-year support window has now closed, owners of these models are encouraged to consider upgrading to newer devices to maintain security and access the latest software enhancements.

If you’re one of the many who own one of these smartphones – the Galaxy A51 5G, the Galaxy A41, or the Galaxy M01, it’s a perfect time to explore your options for a new device. Check out our comprehensive buyer’s guide to help you find the ideal replacement that suits your needs and keeps you at the forefront of technology.

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