The Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ are now upgrading to the newest fourth Android 10 beta version. The users in India & UK are first getting new software that is here to squash many bugs. The latest version G96*FXXU7ZSLC, coming with the January security patch, improves the overall quality of the devices. It has a fixed lock screen, camera, Bluetooth headset and the security of the folder. It applies fixes for the settings to iris recognition type in lock screen setting. The 139MB download has come up with a solution for crash issues at the time of sending calls or messages while viewing business cards in full-screen mode.
In the last update, Samsung tried to fix Samsung Pass; this time also it has sent quick fixes to solve the Samsung Pay & Samsung Pass fingerprint recognition issue. The other improvements come to audio sound and camera to gives the best results. In the other changes, the fourth version of One UI 2.0 based Android 10 beta has taken care of no service & kernel issue. The previous third beta firmware was released last week with some minor fixes. Compared to that Samsung has closed various small problems in the current one.
The Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ are the first smartphones to get the January security patch way before even the month start. The continuous updates from Samsung for its flagship phones are improving the user experience. The new beta software is rolling out in India & UK. To upgrade to the latest software go to setting on your smartphone and install it. As per the scheduled roadmap, both devices will get a stable Android 10 version in the next month.