[Update: Dec. 05] These phones on Rogers will get new updates this month


New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on November 03, 2020) follows:

One of the best things about most mobile carriers operating in Canada such as Rogers is that they share their software update schedules with the public.

Most other telecommunication providers across the globe do not share their software update plans with the public which makes us appreciate the extra effort that carriers in Canada put in.


Samsung Galaxy S20+

Earlier, we covered the software update plans of Fido, TELUS, and Koodo for the month of November.

This time around, we will check out the devices offered by Rogers that will be getting software updates this month.

At present, Rogers has updated its software update schedule page to reflect the details of only a few devices that will be getting new updates in November.


Huawei Mate 20 Pro

For starters, a handful of smartphones from Samsung are expected to bag new updates today, i.e., November 3.


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These are the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

According to details shared via Rogers’ OS upgrade schedule, all these devices will be getting the October security update today.


Therefore, you may not see any noticeable differences or major improvements after installing the new update.

Apart from these, the Motorola Moto Edge+ is also expected to pick up a new software update on November 5. Once again, it will only bring the October patch to the device.


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And on November 9, Rogers will roll out an update for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

While all other devices mentioned above will be getting the October patch, the Mate 20 Pro will get the September patch.

It’s also worth noting that it’s possible that the carrier may not release an update for a device on the expected date due to a number of reasons.

Thus, while it is fine to expect to see the update rolling out on the mentioned date, it’s not guaranteed that it will be available on the said date.

android 11 logo

Also, no device from Rogers is expected to get the update to Android 11 as of now. This is a tad disappointing considering that Android 11 was released back in September.

So, those who are interested in knowing more about the rollout of Android 11 from major OEMs and carriers can check out our dedicated tracker to stay updated with the latest on the matter.

Furthermore, if you wish to check out the availability of security patches, you can head here to check whether your device has received the September patch and here to know about the October patch.


That being said, these aren’t the only smartphones that will get new updates this month.

This software update schedule was last updated on October 30. Therefore, Rogers may add details of other devices that will get software updates in November in the following days.

As usual, we will post an update if and when new details emerge on the matter. So make sure to stick around to be the first to know of any new developments.

Update 1 (November 07)

IST 02:00 pm: Rogers has updated its OS upgrade schedule page and has now added details of a few other smartphones that are scheduled to get new updates in November. We’ve added the details of these phones below.

For starters, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will get an update on November 3 carrying the October patch. The carrier has also brought forward the September security update from November 9 to November 4 for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

The Samsung Galaxy A21, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro, and Motorola Moto Edge+ are expected to get new updates on November 10.

On November 11, the LG Velvet will get an update carrying the October patch and then on November 17, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E, Samsung Galaxy A8, Samsung Galaxy A11 will also get new security updates.

The Motorola Moto E7 and Motorola Moto E6 will get updates carrying the October patch on November 19 and November 24 respectively.

Update 2 (November 24)

IST 12:40 pm: In the latest update to its OS upgrade schedule, Rogers has shared the details of several other smartphones that are expected to get updates starting today, i.e., November 24.


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The Samsung Galaxy A20, Samsung Galaxy A71, Samsung Galaxy A51, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4, Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017), Samsung Galaxy S10e, Samsung Galaxy S10, and Samsung Galaxy S10+ are getting the November security patch today (November 24).

On November 25, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Huawei P30 Pro, Huawei P30, Huawei P30 Lite, Motorola Moto E7, Motorola Moto E6 are scheduled to pick up the October security update.

Lastly, the Motorola Moto G7 Play is expected to get the October security update on November 26.

Update 3 (November 30)

IST 12:30 PM: Rogers has again updated their schedule to reflect upcoming updates to three devices: Samsung Galaxy Note 9, BlackBerry KEY2, and KEY2 LE. These devices will get the November security update on December 01, November 30, and December 1, respectively.

Update 4 (December 02)

IST 01:00 pm: Going by the latest reports, the Canadian carrier Rogers has released the One UI 2.5 update for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 devices.

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Update 5 (December 05)

IST 04:00 pm: According to the latest update to the OS upgrade schedule from Rogers, the following devices are set to receive new updates this month on these days:

December 8

– Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ | November patch
– Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro | December patch
– Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G | December patch
– Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime | November patch
– Samsung Galaxy Note 20/Note 20 Ultra | December patch

December 10

– Moto G Fast | November patch

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