The topic of smartphone support is something that has become increasingly controversial and debatable in recent years. Manufacturers are double and trojan to assure us that after the purchase we will not stay on the ice with updates and patches. How much do you think should last a standard period of "taking care" for the user and his smarton?
Recently, many times with our editors' colleagues we have been talking about the update of smartphones and producers on gsmManiaKu, on which it is worth to put on this occasion. You know very well what the support of devices looks like in terms of upgrades and corrections on paper, and how the situation differs in reality – despite the zealous assurances of the largest companies. For several years, the standard (at least in the Android world) is the fact that the flagship phone can count on at least two large software updates. And so my Galaxy S7, which appeared in 2016, received Android Nougat, will soon receive Oreo and … end . I doubt that even the latest security patches will appear on it. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/804620/sony-xperia-wsparcie-aktualacje/ The case is different for Apple and iPhones. Typically, the software hardware lives longer than 24 months, unless the Cupertino giant decides otherwise or the electronics itself under the cover of smartphones and tablets does not allow you to "squeeze" more of it. I wonder, however, how you are looking at the standard support period mentioned above. Do you think that two years for flagship equipment is little or a lot? Personally, I think that we can expect more than two updates in two years – I would prefer more for a minimum, three-year support period. After all, top smartphones are not given away for free, so if we pay, we have the right to demand, right? Of course, the whole thing is related to the money and the premieres of the latest equipment. Do you want the current system, buy a flagship. Do not you want to bother with the disadvantages of the previous software? Buy a flagship. Well, unless you decide on a smartphone from Google, but then it does not matter. Next we will get stuck in the time frame, in which the producer pays attention to the equipment, and then simply forgets about it – Pixel smartphones are an exception for support in the whole world of Android mobile devices. I can bet that one of the answers will prevail in the survey below. [totalpoll id = "810176"]