Contrary to what has happened in the past, Samsung has invested heavily in rapidly upgrading its smartphones to Android 10, which comes with the OneUI 2.0 interface. To ensure stable releases are as smooth as possible, they have been even more committed to large-scale beta releases.
The latest beta version of Android 10 is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and brings a surprise to users.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Already Begin to Receive January Security Patch
While many users continue to see these security patches as a priority, they are crucial to making sure your smartphone works well to keep all your data as secure as possible. So it is with great disappointment that we see many manufacturers slouching in these updates.
On the other hand, Samsung seems to be more committed than ever, providing a "future" security update. Smartphones would be expected to begin receiving the January security patch only from the middle of next month.
Galaxy S9 expected to receive stable version of Android 10 in early January
According to Samsung's release plans, the stable release of Android 10 for the Galaxy S9 is scheduled for January. It seems that everything is going as planned and it should arrive at the beginning of the month.
It has not been officially confirmed by the brand. However, the list of possible bugs in the beta is getting smaller and smaller, indicating that they are getting closer to getting the first stable release ready.
If you are already integrated into Samsung's testing program, you can see if you already have the update available for your smartphone. If you are interested in joining this program, you can submit your application through the Samsung Members application.
EBox editors recommend: