The 4-year-old Samsung Galaxy S9 phones have been updated
While most Android phones previously had 2-3 year support, some manufacturers are trying to bypass that, a good example is Samsung, which promises to update its newer models that will last 4-5 years. Of course, they have not completely forgotten about their old devices.
Obviously, you can no longer expect to get the latest version of Android on these 4-year-old devices, but smaller repair packages are always useful too. Recently released March 2022 security update for Galaxy S9 and S9+ mobile phones released in 2018, fixes more than 50 vulnerabilities, as well as additional bug fixes and increased system stability. Interestingly, members of the S9 series received the software sooner than many other phones that debuted recently.
Latest update for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ running under firmware version G96xFXXUHFVB4. The update first appeared in Germany, but is expected to cover several European regions soon.
If you own a Galaxy S9 and haven’t flashed your phone yet, you might want to check the software update list occasionally to see if you can download the new update.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 series with Android 8.0 Oreo four years ago. Mobile phones received the One UI update based on Android 9 Pie in early 2019, followed by One UI 2 based on Android 10 in 2020. Android 11 is not available on devices anymore, but it is good to see that Samsung has not completely forgotten about it.
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