It’s the end of the road for the Samsung Galaxy S7 active and the old Galaxy Tab A 10.1 – at least if you want to continue receiving security updates. Still, both devices were released in 2016, which means they’ve received support for 4 years.
Those are not the only changes to Samsung’s update schedule, several devices were bumped down from the Quarterly Update list to “Other Regular Security Updates”. Here’s the list:
These were demoted to quarterly updates back in April 2019. At the time the S7 Active was still getting monthly security updates while the Tab A 10.1 was already in the “Other” column.
I thought my tablet was a Samsung Tab A 10.1 but mine is the 10.5
People who live on 50 usd a month should not consider buying high-end phones. Clearly the phones that cost more than 500 dollars, whatever brand they are, is for people who can afford to pay for them.