During its virtual event at MWC 2021, Samsung announced that several of its Galaxy Enterprise Edition business smartphones will now receive security updates for five years.
In 2019, the Korean mobile giant said its Galaxy Enterprise Edition devices would receive security updates for four years, but that warranty has now been extended by one year.
It is worth noting, however, that the window for these security updates starts with the release date of each device, not with the purchase.
Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy S21 series and Galaxy Note20 series smartphones will now receive another year of security updates along with the company’s Galaxy XCover 5 and Galaxy Tab Active3.
Other Galaxy Enterprise Edition devices are now receiving four years of security updates, as are the company’s latest Galaxy devices starting in 2019.
While an extra year of updates is certainly a nice addition, keep in mind that …