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We must be fair and say that several of these devices are not sold in our country, but this calendar gives us an idea of ??what Samsung plans to update its mid-low range internationally, and how it manages it. The devices in question are the following along with their dates:
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Neo: December 2018.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A 2017: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy J2 2018: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy On5 2016: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy On7 2016: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy J7 2017: January 2019.
- Samsung Galaxy J7 2018: January 2019.
As we can see, most of these devices have not even reached our country. But it is striking that there are phones with such a good reception like the J7 of this year and last year, in addition to last year's Galaxy Tab A. A while ago Samsung promised these updates for December of this year, and basically They have been delayed until 2019.
An important detail of this calendar is that these updates They could be modified without prior notice. That is, if these devices are updated with a update full of errors, they can cancel it without any warning to the user.
Samsung has been criticized many times for its slowness in updating its devices. While things are better in its high range, we see how its mid and low range does not have the same care. In addition, several of these phones still anchored in Marshmallow, being Android 9.0 Pie just presented.
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