Android Pie Is Coming to Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9

According to a recent post made by SamMobile, the worldwide rollout of the official Android Pie update to Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ has just began.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are getting the Android Pie update worldwide

The update seems to have reached various regions across the world and the rollout should soon complete for most countries. It’s also important to note that devices tied to a specific phone carrier might need to wait a little bit longer for the Android Pie upgrade than unlocked devices. There will also be certain markets that will get the update for unlocked models next month.

If you want to check exactly when your country is meant to get the most recent update of your mobile OS, you can access the Samsung Members app on you Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+, and then check the section with notices to see the schedule of the Android Pie update.

How to check if Android Pie is available for your phone

If you want to find out if Android Pie is already available for your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+, all you have to do is go to the Settings app, then tap “Software update” and select the option that says “Download updates manually”.

Android Pie coming to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in more countries

The rollout of the Android Pie update to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phones is now happening in more countries. As reported recently by SamMobile, the following countries are able to finally get the Note 9 Android Pie upgrade: South Korea, India, Germany, Poland, Thailand, UAE, Australia. Throughout the next couple of days, we should see more countries added to this list. Also, keep in mind that certain markets might need to wait until February to get the update and models that are locked to specific phone carriers could wait even until March.

What to expect from the newest Android upgrade?

The Android Pie update for Samsung Galaxy devices will bring a new user interface, which is supposed to make things easier when accessing the device and to allow users to focus more on their current tasks.

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