Samsung has officially started the Android 10 rollout for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ in parts of the U.S. as well as Germany. More regions are expected to get the update over the coming weeks, while the wait may even be months depending on the carrier you’re using it on. What’s surprising is that the update is reportedly live for Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones running on Xfinity Mobile, a service exclusively available to Comcast members leveraging Verizon’s networks.
Unfortunately, beta users of Samsung’s One UI 2.0 haven’t received the stable Android 10 update yet. This suggests that the update is currently live only for Galaxy S9 and S9+ units running on Android 9 Pie. As far as upgrades as concerned, users will see significant improvements made to standard features, while the update will also bring the newest version of Samsung’s custom user interface dubbed One UI 2.0.
While the update notification should arrive on your Galaxy S9 or S9+ if you fit the aforementioned criteria, users can also try pulling the update manually by heading over to Settings – Software update – Download updates manually. Samsung recently sent out the Android 10 with One UI 2.0 update to the Galaxy Note 9, so this new update was along expected lines.
Carriers are yet to announce update plans, which means the update may take a while to reach you if you’re using a carrier-branded Galaxy S9 or S9+. The update is said to be around 1,767.70MB in size, so it is recommended to download it over a WiFi connection.
Have you received the update on your Galaxy S9 or S9+ yet? Let us know below.
Via: Android Central