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Samsung Is Testing Android 9.0 Pie On The Galaxy S9+

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Samsung Is Testing Android 9.0 Pie On The Galaxy S9+

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Google recently released the retail version of its latest Android 9.0 Pie software update. And Samsung has already started to test Android 9.0 Pie on the galaxy S9+. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are Samsung’s first flagships that shipped with Android 8.0 Oreo and Google’s Project Treble out of the box. The Project Treble support aims to speed up Android software updates on non-Google devices. Project Treble brings a modular base to Android, which will separate the “vendor specific” hardware code from the Android framework code. Which basically ensures that the updates don’t require as much time and energy as previous Android updates did.

Samsung is one of the largest phone maker with stellar features and heavy skinned phones of its own. It already offers a lot attractive attributes that Google has just now started to integrate with Android. That said, it still doesn’t hurt to try to take to a nicer “system level.”

It was in a GFXBench listing where it was first rumoured that Samsung may have started testing the update for Galaxy S9 smartphone internally. Although, the suspected model is Galaxy S9+, however, the listing mentions this model as “Invalid Android Samsung ss Edition”.
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As is the norm with Samsung, it is possible that Samsung may release the latest Android 9.0 Pie firmware update to its Galaxy S9 lineup first. Although, there is no reliable information regarding this yet. The company is yet to confirm anything as of yet. We are left with guessing and anticipating it for now. It is highly likely though that it may launch a beta program as it has in the past. But we are not sure if it may or may not happen for a couple of months at least.

 

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