Just in time for the holiday, Samsung has started to make its Android Pie update for the Galaxy S9. SamMobile was first to notice the German release, while other users on Twitter and Reddit have seen the update available in Netherlands and Slovakia as well. Along with the upgrades made by Google, Android Pie on the S9 also brings Samsung's One UI, a new user experience that will make apps easier to use on larger phones, including enhancements.
Although this latest update has come to Samsung's devices much faster than previous versions of Android, the South Korean company is still after Nokia, OnePlus, and even HTC with the update plan. Google has previously attempted to increase the recording of new Android versions with Project Treble, but despite the program's introduction in early 201
Samsung is getting faster by making its Android updates. Galaxy S8 owners had to wait seven months after Oreo's original release before being available for their devices, while Android Nougat took at least five months to get on the Galaxy S7. Samsung had said at its annual developer conference that it expected to release Pie in January 2019, which is when we should expect a complete global rollout of the new software.