With more than a billion smartphones in the market, it’s easy to forget that many of them are barely supported at all.

That’s why it’s essential to check the battery life and other hardware specifications before buying a smartphone.

But what about those older devices that are still getting updated and supported?

There are plenty of smartphones out there that aren’t getting updated anymore, but they still work well and are still useful.

Let’s see which Android phones are still supported, and which have gotten updated.

There are more than 20 million Android phones in the world, according to a study by research firm IDC.

And they all work pretty well, too.

The newest Android phones have a few improvements and fixes that should be well received by users.

But there’s also a number of old Android devices that have become outdated and don’t get updated anymore.

Here are the oldest and newest Android smartphones.

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LG G4 (2013) LG G5 (2014) LG V20 (2014-2018) LG K5 (2018) Google Pixel (2017) Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (2017-2018, 2018-2019) OnePlus 5T (2018, 2019) Huawei Mate 9 Plus (2017, 2018) Xiaomi Mi5 (2017 and 2018) Huawei P10 (2017/2018) Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 (2017 / 2018) Samsung Series 7 (2017; 2018) OnePlus X (2018 and 2019) LG P20 (2017 & 2018) Motorola Moto G (2017 2016) Xiaomi Note 5X (2018 2017) Xiaomi OnePlus 3 (2018 2016) Lenovo Yoga 710 (2018 & 2019) Lenovo M10 (2016) Xiaomi X6 Pro (2018 2018) Lenovo X1 Carbon (2018 / 2019) Xiaomi M10 Ultra (2017 2017) Huawei Watch 2 (2018 2014) OnePlus 3T (2017 2014) LG C7 (2016 2014) Huawei Honor 6 (2016 2016) Asus Zenfone 2 (2017 2015) Samsung Gear S3 (2017 2018) HTC One M9 (2017 – 2019) OnePlus 2 (2016 2017) Samsung M9X (2016 / 2017) LG Optimus G (2016 2015) Xiaomi Gear S4 (2017 2012) Huawei M9 Plus (2016, 2017) Asus Rival 5S (2017 2013) Lenovo Moto G5X (2017 2019) Motorola Z Force (2017 2011) Huawei Nexus 6P (2016 & 2018 2017) OnePlus 7 (2016 2018) Sony Xperia XZ1 (2016; 2018 2018) ASUS Zenfon III Z5 (2016 2013) Samsung S6 Edge+ (2016 – 2019 2018) Moto Z Force Ultra (2016 2019) HTC 10 (2016 2021) Xiaomi 6P Z1 (2017 2020) Motorola X2 (2017 2021) Huawei Moto Z3+ (2017 2024) Samsung Pay (2016 2024) Huawei X Play (2016 2020) LG Watch Urbane 2 (2020 2020) Xiaomi Watch Sport (2018 2020) OnePlus 4 (2016 2022) Asus Maximus V Pro (2016 (2017)) Xiaomi Mi Note 2 (2019 2020) Lenovo Play Style (2018 2019) Google Nexus 6 (2019 2019) Moto X (2019 2017) Google Honor 8 Plus (2019 2018) Apple Watch Series 3 (2016 2023) Xiaomi Go (2017 2025) Huawei Huawei Ascend Mate (2016 2025) Google Mate 10 Pro (2019 2025) Apple iPhone 6s Plus (2018 2021) Asus X1 Pro (2017 2026) Asus Transformer Book T300 (2017 2022) Samsung X10 Pro (2022 2026 & 2020 2028) Samsung Note 3 (2019 2022) Motorola G3 (2019 2021) Samsung P5 (2019 2028 & 2029) OnePlus 6 (2018 2022) Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Mini (2018 2029 & 2030) Motorola Droid Razr Maxx (2018 2025 & 2026 2019) Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (2019 2024) LG Nexus 7 (2019 2110) Huawei Ascend P6 (2019 2113) Huawei Play (2019 2211) Huawei Flex (2019 2315) Huawei F1 (2019 & 2021) Motorola Nexus 7 Plus (2020 2021) Apple Apple Watch (2019) Google Watch Series 2 (2021) Google I/O 2017 (2019, 2021) Google IO (2023) Apple I/o 2017 (2026) Google Cloud Platform (2020) Google Now (2019), Google Cloud Messaging (2028) Google Play Music (2031) Apple Pay (2020 & 2028 2021) Lenovo T460 (2020, 2022) ASUS Prime M500 (2020 2028, 2021 & 2031) Xiaomi Pad 7 (2020 & 2027) Xiaomi Mate 8 (2024) Samsung Kia Forte (2020 / 2022) Apple iPad Air 2 (2010) Samsung i9 (2020 2022) HTC Desire 816 (2020 – 2022) Sony Ericsson Xperia Z3 (2030) LG M5 (2020 2018) LG S5 (2029) Apple i9 Plus 5 (