One-time flagship models have now become too old to receive the latest software updates. We are talking about the 2020 Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Note 20 smartphones that were left behind in the firmware race. Samsung has officially confirmed Galaxy S20 series & Note 20 series devices will not get the Android 14-based One UI 6 software update. Actually, both will not get any major updates from now on, except for necessary security patches every three months.
In the official schedule list of One UI 6, the company has excluded both devices. Last year, they had opted out of Galaxy S10 & Galaxy Note 10, and now two more high-models will left in the corner. Samsung recently announced 4 years of software support for selected Galaxy devices, and both phones are now almost 4 years old, so there is no chance for them to handle new versions.
The new One UI 6 version is now rolling out for the Galaxy S23 series, and will soon be distributed to other phones, including foldables and tablets. With the new firmware, it has improved plenty of existing features, animation, security, and camera quality. Galaxy S24 series in the next few months will be launched with One UI 6.1 software.