Oh Samsung, you makes your fans wait for a long period to get the taste of the latest Android flavor. Nonetheless, this time it’s somewhat quicker and we reckon the users ought to appreciate by seeing the progress. Well, the South-Korean giant has finally pushed the stable OneUI update based on Android Pie to its most eligible devices, the Galaxy S9&S9+.
As per the report, the coveted major update first started taking the round in Germany for both Galaxy S9 and S9+. However, later it’s seen the same update floating around on other regions such as Switzerland, Italy and United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.). Apart form these regions, there should be other regions as well where the update is live and literally gone unnoticed.
Taking the case of the update where it’s first reported, that is in Germany. Samsung’s major revamped custom Android edition, OneUI skinned on the top of Android Pie comes bearing the version numbers G960FXXU2CRLI and G965FXXU2CRLI for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ respectively. As in fact, the stable roll-out kicked in a little earlier than what we have expected or the Samsung given time frame of early January next year.
Anyway, better it’s to have earlier than test the patience of users. That said, if you’re a Galaxy S9 or S9+ user in aforementioned regions, do check for the update from the Settings » Software update menu by tapping the Download updates manually option. The Galaxy S9 users in other regions too can follow the update drill since by chance it may be available, who knows.