Samsung Released Android Pie Update for Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+

Samsung officially introducing Android 9 Pie only for Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 9 flagship owners very slowly, especially in Europe, Turkey & elsewhere in US. Before this Samsung distributed its Beta version to American S9 and S9+ devices. Android 9 Pie is the latest and upgraded version of the mobile operating system. Samsung is planning to release Android 9 Pie for other countries also but it will take time because it is very slow process.

Samsung told that this is rolling out for the best devices with Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile subscribers and for the other, it will take coming few days or week. Firstly, Galaxy S9 and S9 are having this updated version from January, Note 9 flagship owners will get that from February and the other flagship devices (Note 8, Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus) are getting it in March.

Galaxy Note 9 Update

All Xfinity users will automatically get the update. The good news is, Galaxy A8, A8+ and the other 2018 models of middle range smartphones of Samsung are the next who will get this update and it is scheduled in April and so on. Samsung company’s brand-new user interface One UI is also available for Xfinity subscribers in US. One UI is the new software for mobile and it is user friendly, carries decluttered and very neat and clean look. It is designed to reduce distractions, clutters and improving the visibility of the screen while using that phone.

Once this update will arrive on your phone, your mobile phone will be having the very latest and updated version. You can check it out manually by few steps: go to settings – open software updates and if you have then download it manually. If you have any queries regarding this or want any information about Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ and other devices then you can ask me by commenting in given comment box.

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