Samsung Galaxy S9 officially receives Android 10
 Samsung Galaxy S9 officially receives Android 10

Samsung has released an official update to Android 10 for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus to provide updates to German device users and U.S. customers over the past two years, Xfinity Mobile in March 2018.

Samsung initially started Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus with Android Oreo and Samsung Experience 9.0. This update makes the third major update available for both phones on Android since its recent release on Android Pie. 2018 and early 2019.

As with previous Android Bay updates, it appears that the South Korean giant is issuing the Android 10 update again to international customers and is currently available for Android Bay users and beta users.

The Android 10 update size for the most important Samsung phones from 2018 ranges between 1.8 and 1.9 GB. The update will be delivered with a security patch for Android in January 2020. Other applications (such as Pocket Calculator, Browser, Samsung Health and Samsung Notes) must be manually updated after installing the update.

The official Android 10 update for Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus is expected to slowly expand to market selection by the end of this month, although most users may have to wait until next month. In addition to all the new features of Android 10, the One UI 2.0 user interface update is also included with many improvements.

In addition to the Galaxy Note 9 in 2018, the company released Android 10 reports for the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E, Note 10 and Note 10 Plus phones last year, but the list of devices is still not a foldable Galaxy fold cell phone. Downgraded when Samsung plans to release Android 10 updates in April.




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