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    Do Samsung users passionately care about getting latest Android versions? Your vote matters!

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    Last updated: April 17th, 2020 at 13:22 UTC+02:00

    We have already reviewed Samsung's messed up policy for Android updates, the company usually sends out updates with bug fixes and security improvements but doesn't bump up the Android version. This can end up confusing the user since many devices are still running Android 5.0 and users are concerned about when the latest iteration of Android will arrive for their handset. Many arguments can be made for and against this practice but we’re really interested in finding out what you think about it. We have created this poll to find out what our readers think about this policy, do caste your vote and drop a comment to let us know how you feel about this.

    Do you care about Android updates or only security/bugfixes?
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