On the day when it became known when Google I / O 2020 will take place (from 12 to 14 May), terrible news arrived for users of the Samsung Galaxy S9. Initially, the update for Andorid 10 was expected to be released during January, but that will not happen.
A recent update to the update’s arrival predictions revealed that, at best, the Galaxy S9 will only receive the update in March. The reasons for this long delay are still unknown.
Delay in the arrival of Android 10 to the Galaxy S9 does not make sense
This is a very difficult decision for Samsung to understand. For a long time now, the phase beta started, where thousands of users are already testing the new version of the operating system.
In addition, the Galaxy Note 9 has already received the stable version of Android 10, with OneUI 2.0, making the option to postpone the update on the Galaxy S9 even stranger.
Therefore, users of the top of the range 2018 will have to wait until March to take advantage of all the new features implemented in OneUI 2.0. Among them is the native implementation of Dark Mode across the interface, new emojis, better gesture controls and many other customization options.
Although this was a top-of-the-range smartphone of 2018, it still has very interesting specifications and will certainly be ideal for many users.
Samsung Galaxy S9 specifications
- 5.8 “inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD + resolution
- Exynos 9810 processor
- 4GB RAM
- Up to 256GB of internal memory (expansion via microSD card)
- 12 megapixel rear camera
- 8 megapixel front camera
- Fingerprint reader on the rear panel
- 3,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support
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