New Delhi: The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ finally ended with rolling out the build of Android 10.
The Android 10 beta program for S9 and S9+ appears to have finally got the company rolling out the Android 10 for users who had previously signed up for the beta program.
Reportedly, the update has already started to roll-out to users in India, and is expected to be available in other countries where Samsung carried out beta tests.
Samsung continues rolling out Android 10 and first people in India, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Switzerland and the UK report that they’ve received the update. In the United States, US Cellular also provides first subscribers with the update.
People in Azerbaijan and the United Arabic Emirates have received the January patch sans Android 10, which could possibly mean that they’re in for a longer wait for the new OS.
The update has the January security patch in tow and comes in at about 1.8GB to 2GB, depending on your device variant. It gives Galaxy S9 owners all the goodies from Android 10, including gesture navigation, dark mode, improved sharing, and much more. Samsung adds some of its own features on top, like a native screen recorder, quick settings changes, and general improvements to animations and system stability.