In November 2019, Samsung proceeded to disseminate the "roadmap" regarding the update to Android 10 for many of its devices.
Now, according to what emerged online, it seems that Galaxy S9 and S9 + have begun to receive the update to One UI 2.0 which allows both phones to obtain the tenth version of Google's operating system, in line with the programs. Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + were in fact included in the "first phase", scheduled for January, and it seems that the Seoul company has kept its promise.
The update being distributed in Germany and the United States – although very soon it will be affected by a global launch, editor's note – and for now, it is mainly receiving users who have already Android Pie. Also in this case, the affected phones will receive a notification that will communicate the arrival of the update.
The update to Android 10 for both smartphones that Samsung launched in 2018 has sizes between 1.8 GB and 1.9 GB, as reported by the SamMobile site. The update also introduces the Android security patches on the two phones that refer to January 2020. In the release notes, Samsung mentions that its additional apps such as Calculator, Browser, Samsung Health and Samsung Note must be updated manually, after have installed the Android 10 update.
But not only this is the news that concerns Samsung. On the web, in fact, new renders (and even a video) have emerged concerning the Galaxy Z Flip, or the next folding smartphone of the South Korean giant. The indiscretions confirm that the product has been designed and created for the female audience, with some precautions from the point of view of the software that make the Galaxy Z Flip trigger excellent photos for social networks, especially for Instagram. In addition, confirmed the versatility of the hinge (stable position between 70 and 110 degrees, opens to 180) and the Snapdragon 855+ processor.