First of all, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + have come to an end: after years of honored service, the brand's 2018 flagships are leaving and will no longer receive official software support.
The farewell was in the air, given that a year ago both were on the list of models receiving quarterly updates. In addition, the official Samsung page (available at this link, complete with complete lists) clearly speaks of guaranteed updates for a minimum of 4 years for some models launched starting from 2019 and 5 years of support for some more recent models. It follows that, from now on, owners of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will necessarily have to turn to the world of modding to obtain new software versions.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and A50: list change
The models of these series have not yet reached the end credits, but will have to endure the less frequent arrival of software updates.
As for the Galaxy S10 series, the change only affects the three models Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 + and Samsung Galaxy S10e, which will have quarterly updates from now on; while Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will continue to receive monthly updates, at least for the moment.
Finally, Samsung Galaxy A50, which is part of the "Enterprise Models", in turn goes into the list of quarterly updates.
written by Matteo with love from Italy