The Android 11 update is best handled by Samsung. OnePlus breathes on his back

  • In our last poll on, we asked you about Android updates
  • In your opinion, the most ruthless manufacturer in the field of updates is the Korean Samsung
  • But OnePlus, Xiaomi and the Finnish Nokia also did well

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Samsung right behind Google

The question in our last survey (which we dragged out for another week due to great interest) was “Which manufacturer do you think manages the best update to Android 11?”. At the same time, we did not intentionally incorporate Google into the fate of the survey, which, of course, is fighting an update with its phones and has been supporting its Pixels for four years.

But let’s cut straight into the cake that came out of the results of the survey. More than a third of respondents voted for Samsung (38.6%), which, according to you, is right behind Google in the field of updates to the latest Android 11. It should be noted that To date, Samsung has updated almost 20 phones to Android 11 from its numerous portfolio. He clearly deserves a gold badge.

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Results of an editorial survey on Android 11 updates

Xiaomi and OnePlus? It was well

Xiaomi (including Redmi and Poco) and OnePlus competed for second place with a slight difference of a few percent. It’s probably hard to say for Xiaomi, because this manufacturer is much more focused on updating its MIUI graphics superstructure. There, he is really doing well and updating even obsolete phones. But the sides of Android 11 have not updated more phones than there are fingers on one hand.

OnePlus is not that far ahead of its Chinese juice. But it must be added that with the more intimate range of OnePlus phones, we trust it all the more by updating the entire portfolio. But let’s not forget that in the past, OnePlus gave much more emphasis to updates. For example, it will improve again in the future.

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Nokia, Sony and others

Other manufacturers who received plus points from you were Nokia (10.1%), Sony (6.4%) or “Someone Else” (7.7%). However, there were not enough discussants in the comments to find out who the voters were thinking. Quite slowly, the votes were drawn by Huawei (3 votes), Honor and Realme (both 2 votes), LG (1 vote) or even Motorola (8 votes), which is not exactly the worst in our eyes.

What do you say about the results of the survey? Did you like the first place of Samsung, or would you rather trust another manufacturer? Write to us in the discussion!

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