Samsung has promised to introduce Android 9 Pie for the Galaxy S9 before January, but it seems that the company has jumped the gun a bit, not that we & # 39; to complain.
The Android Pie update is currently available in Germany, and we received it on one of our unlocked units we purchased from the country. The phone was not registered in the pie beta of Samsung, which means that the update is stable and is available to all users.
After the update, the software version for G965FXXU2CRLI for the Galaxy S9 Plus will be changed. According to SamMobile will be the software version for the Galaxy S9 G960FXXU2CRLI; The site has also confirmed that the update is available on Samsung's download servers.
The update package is a whopping 1744.24 MB, which you would expect from a major software release. It includes One UI, a renaming and major overhaul of Samsung's Android skin, as well as many other new features. Here is the full change log:
If you are in Germany, you should manually search for an update to your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus by going to Settings> Software Updates.
Read: Android Pie Update Hub – When will you get Pie?
Android Pie / One UI Image Gallery
We are just installing the Android Pie Update for the Galaxy S9 Plus, and we'll get back to you if we find any differences between the two devices stable and beta versions. In a cursory analysis, the beta and stable update change logs appear identical, but this does not exclude any changes. Take a look at our practical insight into the beta version of One UI, here's a very good idea of what to expect from the stable update.
As always, Samsung will introduce Android Pie for its flagship phones in a very slow manner, and unlocked units will receive initial information. So far we have not heard that the update touches other markets than Germany, but it is possible that other countries will follow soon.
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