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Samsung reported at its developer meeting that the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9 will all get the Android Pie update in January of one year from now. Samsung has begun seeding a steady refresh to its first-half lead of 2018 which moves the firmware to Google’s Android 9 Pie.

With the most recent Android 9.0 Pie version, clients will have the capacity to utilize the all-new gesture-based navigation combined with new wellbeing highlights like Dashboard, which analyses the measure of time one speed on an application.

The Android Pie update additionally brings new DND mode that turns the showcase in greyscale, while the Wind Down mode switches on Night Light when you will build.

Aside from this, there are new signal controls, another pill-formed symbol for navigation, refined warnings and Quick Settings, vertical volume controls and new power menu among others.

Following are the details regarding the Android Pie 9,

Samsung Galaxy S9 on January 2019

Samsung Galaxy S9+ on January 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note9 on February 2019

Samsung Galaxy S8 on March 2019

Samsung Galaxy S8+ on March 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on March 2019

Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 on April 2019

Samsung Galaxy A8+ 2018 on April 2019

Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 on April 2019

Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 on April 2019

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5 on April 2019

Samsung Galaxy J4 on May 2019

Samsung Galaxy J4+ on May 2019

Samsung Galaxy J6 on May 2019

Samsung Galaxy J6+ on May 2019

Samsung Galaxy A8 Star on May 2019

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 on July 2019

Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo on August 2019

Samsung Galaxy Xcover4 on September 2019

Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 on September 2019

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 on September 2019

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 2017 on October 2019

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 on October 2019

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 on October 2019

With the wish that you wish to check if the most recent update is accessible on your unit, make a beeline for Settings > Software Update and tap on Download refreshes physically.

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