Recently, Samsung changed plans to upgrade its devices to Android 10. In particular, this affected the owners of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +, for which the release of the update was originally scheduled for January 2020, and then was postponed to February. It seems that the company still decided to make a gift to the owners of these models.
Despite the information about the postponement of the release to February, some users of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + have already begun to receive the long-awaited update to Android 10. So far, messages about the availability of the update come from Germany and from users of the US operator Xfinity.
The update “weighs” almost 2 GB and in addition to Android 10 includes the January security patch and an updated One UI 2 interface . The latter has improved one-handed control, the shape of some windows has changed, animated application icons have appeared, and the windows of the incoming call and volume controls have become less annoying when playing video and in games.
Often updates are sent out in waves, so it may take several days or even weeks until Android 10 “arrives” to all users of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +.