Will my Samsung Galaxy device get Android 11?

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For Samsung, a manufacturer that launches an almost obscene amount of smartphones each year, bringing new Android versions to its customers is a daunting affair. Having so many devices means Samsung needs a lot of time in order to bring one major Android update to each and every one of them. Before the company gets around to completing that task, Google announces — and sometimes releases — the next version of Android, and the cycle continues.This year is no different. Android 10 has yet to reach all Galaxy smartphones and tablets that are eligible for the update, and people are already talking about Android 11. Android 11 will most likely be accompanied by One UI 3.0, and while we don’t currently know what features Samsung will offer on top of what will be built into stock Android 11, we can tell you if the next version of Android will come to your Galaxy smartphone or tablet.Samsung Galaxy devices eligible for Android 11 updateThe devices listed below are currently expected to get Android 11. The list is based on Samsung’s policy of providing two major Android upgrades to all of its devices, which means your device will probably get Android 11 if it came with Android 9 Pie or Android 10 out of the box.Galaxy A01Galaxy A10Galaxy A10eGalaxy A10sGalaxy A11Galaxy A20Galaxy A20eGalaxy A20sGalaxy A21Galaxy A21sGalaxy A30Galaxy A30sGalaxy A31Galaxy A40Galaxy A41Galaxy A50Galaxy A50sGalaxy A51Galaxy A51 5GGalaxy A60Galaxy A70Galaxy A70sGalaxy A71Galaxy A71 5GGalaxy A80Galaxy A8sGalaxy A90 5GGalaxy M01Galaxy M11Galaxy M21Galaxy M30sGalaxy M31Galaxy M40Galaxy Xcover 4sGalaxy Xcover FieldProGalaxy Xcover ProGalaxy S10e/S10/S10+/S10 5GGalaxy S10 LiteGalaxy Note 10/Note 10+ (LTE/5G)Galaxy Note 10 LiteGalaxy S20 series (LTE/5G)Galaxy Fold (LTE/5G)Galaxy Z FlipGalaxy Tab S5eGalaxy Tab S6Galaxy Tab S6 LiteGalaxy Tab A 10.1 2019Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2019Galaxy Tab Active Pro

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