Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is still one of the company’s most popular mid-range phones. It was initially launched in an LTE option, later the company brought a 5G variant too. The Galaxy S20 FE was launched in the second half of 2022 with Android 10 out of the box. Last year, it received the Android 11 update, and this year, it got upgraded to Android 12. Now, you might be thinking about the Android 13 update on your Galaxy S20 FE.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE has already bagged two major Android upgrades, which was promised by the company. Does it mean that the device won’t get the Android 13 update? Initially, the Galaxy S20 FE was promised to get two major OS upgrades, but later, the company extended the Android OS update support for an additional year. So, with three Android OS updates promised, the Galaxy S20 FE is confirmed to receive Android 13 as the last major OS upgrade.
Samsung software update policy for Galaxy S20 FE
Samsung has promised three years’ worth of Android updates for the Galaxy S20 FE. The device has already bagged two major OS updates, Android 11 and Android 13, and it will receive one more Android OS update, Android 13.
So, Android 13 will be the latest major OS upgrade for the Galaxy S20 FE. But, the device will continue to receive regular security updates for at least a year.
When will Samsung Galaxy S20 FE get the Android 13 update?
While Google has already released two developer builds and one beta build of the Android 13, Samsung has not announced the beta rollout timeline for any of its Galaxy phones. However, according to a report from Sammobile, the South Korean giant might kick off the Android 13 and One UI 5.0 beta builds by July.
The Android 13 update for Samsung Galaxy phones will come with One UI 5.0 skin. Usually, Google releases the stable build sometime around September or October, and Samsung starts rolling out the stable version of the latest Android update at the end of the year or early next year. It’s obvious that the latest high-end Galaxy phones such as Galaxy S22 will be among the very first to get a taste of Android 13.