Android Pie Coming To Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ In January 2019

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Android Pie Coming To Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ In January 2019

If you’re the owner of a Samsung flagship device and you’re wondering when the Android Pie update will be arriving for your phone, especially in the face of other manufacturers such as Essential who have already released the Android 9.0 update to their handset, wonder no more as Samsung has confirmed the release schedule for the Galaxy S9 and S9+.

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