Very bad news for Galaxy S10 5G users

As part of the celebration of ten years since the first Galaxy S series smartphone in 2019, Samsung introduced a new series of premium smartphones: the Galaxy S10 5G. With four unique devices, the Galaxy S10 series is designed to meet the diverse needs of today’s smartphone market, allowing users to do more. Each of the presented devices brings a next-generation experience in the areas that mean the most to users: extraordinary innovations in display, camera and performance.

Although the Galaxy S10 5G smartphones are still up to modern tasks, Samsung has denied it any form of support. In practice, this means that in the future, phones will no longer receive security patches every three months as before. Samsung has removed every form of support for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+ smartphones, which is sure to upset many.

The only exception in the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone family is the Lite model. It will still receive security patches every three months. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile processor, and digital cameras with a resolution of 48 megapixels (main), 12 megapixels (ultra wide) and 5 megapixels (macro) are available for capturing photos. . The main camera on this model is equipped with Super Steady OIS optical image stabilizer, which, according to Samsung experts, was much better than competing solutions.

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