Is your phone getting an Android update? Check it out in our overview – #33

A nice surprise this week, because Google has started rolling out the stable version of Android13! And several Samsung devices from 2016 and 2017 will also receive an update…

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The Android security update overview from week 33 – 2022

Android Planet keeps you informed daily about smartphones that receive updates. This usually concerns devices that receive a version update, for example if they are updated to Android 12 or Android 13.

Do you want to know when your smartphone will receive such an update? Then take a look at our Android 12 update overview or Android 13 update overview. Here we keep track of which smartphones receive an Android version update and when.

In addition to version updates, there are also security updates. These are less spectacular (because they don’t add any new features), but just as important. Security updates ensure that your smartphone remains safe by keeping malicious things like adware, malware and other viruses out. Manufacturers release security updates throughout the year. For the sake of completeness, we therefore collect them in this overview.

Google

OnePlus

Samsung

My smartphone is not listed, now what?

No worries! It is very possible that your device is not in the list. Android updates roll out throughout the year, so maybe it will be included in the next edition.

Even if your smartphone is in the overview, you may have to be patient. It usually takes a few days to a week for a new Android update to reach all instances.

Do you want to stay informed about the next overview of Android updates? Then follow Android Planet via the official app, or sign up for the newsletter. Don’t worry, it’s free.

Finally, we would like to thank the readers. We cannot make this overview without your useful tips. Speaking of which: did you receive an update, but it’s not in the list? Let us know in the comments below this article. Then we add the update.

How Android updates refresh and protect your smartphone

Dennis, thanks for sharing!


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