Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9+ Devices In Europe, UAE, And Turkey Are Updated With Android Pie

A week has passed since the new beta build of Android Pie for the Samsung Galaxy S9, and Samsung Galaxy S9+ was released, and now, the tech giant has already started to seed the final build.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices get updated 

The company is now pushing the package to the devices which are in Europe mostly, but some sources claim that also the UAE and Turkey are getting the latest OS and UI as well, GSMArena reports.

The European countries where Samsung is officially pushing the update at the moment seem to be the following ones according to the online publication mentioned above: Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and the Netherlands.

Some of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ devices started receiving notifications around the Christmas Eve, but they should start rolling out to all users, says GSMArena.

The most significant changes are the One UI upgrade over the Samsung Experience interface, the Digital Wellbeing by Android and the Autofill API.

Downloading the Pie update

In order to download the Pie update, users have to either tap on the update notification or if they have disabled it, it’s recommended to head over to the Settings and then Software Update.

There is also the possibility to update to the latest OS via wire, using the Samsung Smart Switch.

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks

In other news, there’s another Samsung Galaxy S10-related leak on the table.

Forbes notes that although the device will definitely be an expensive one, the new design, ultrasonic reader, bold colors and boosted performance will ultimately make the phone worth all the cash.

“And now the most radical model of all has been confirmed just weeks after it looked like vapourware…” Forbes writes.

It seems that the source of this leak is also a trustable one – industry insider Ice Universe. This mysterious source has previously broken the Galaxy S8, S9, Note 8 and Note 9.

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