Samsung Galaxy S9 series gets official Android 10 update

With Android 8 Oreo and Samsung’s Experience 9.0 on top, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 flagships were announced almost two years ago. Since then both devices have been updated to the newer One UI with the Android 9 Pie and now users are being treated with the official stable Android 10 build alongside One UI 2.0 for their second big update.

Only yesterday, Samsung released an updated Android 10 roadmap adding Android 10 update to the Galaxy S9 range. Originally, according to the original schedule of the company, it was supposed to receive the program in February. The update has now been released to some users by Samsung; a full three days before schedule.

The update has the build version G960USQU7DTA5 and is almost 2 GB in size, as you can see in the image above. It brings with it the January Security patch and all the usual One UI 2.0 updates such as support for the new Dark Mode of Android 10, new icons for some stock apps, new navigation gestures for Android 10, enhanced privacy settings, and more.

This update is somewhat noteworthy, considering that Samsung normally sends these out first to beta participants. For the better part of two months, the Galaxy S9 series has a beta program underway, and Samsung is tight-lipped about why it has not been updated yet. There may be some kinks that need to be ironed out, and the last thing we need is a hasty rollout.

Sriyansa Mohanty
Sriyansa Mohanty
Student and a Blogger from India.

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