[Goes live] Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+ & Note 9 One UI 2.0 (Android 10) update coming to Canada on March 09
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on February 29, 2020) follows:
Samsung Galaxy S-series and Note series were the first ones to pick up the One UI 2.0 updates (for obvious reasons). Matter of fact, 2018 launched Galaxy S9/S9+ and Galaxy Note 9 has been served with the Android 10 update in the US.
In the middle of this, the Korean manufacturer is still working pretty hard in providing the One UI 2.0 (Android 10) updates for its other compatible devices.
According to the list shared by Samsung about the One UI 2.0 (Android 10) update roadmap, we can see quite a bunch of phones, still waiting in the pipeline to get served with the Android 10 update.
On the other hand, the updates for Galaxy S9 and Note 9 are yet to completely arrive in Canada. Cut to now, in a recent development, one of the major Canadian network providers, Telus, has updated its update schedule page.
According to the latest information, the Android 10 updates for Galaxy S9/S9+ and Note 9 smartphones are going to arrive on March 9, 2020.
Notably, when we checked the update schedule pages of the other carriers in Canada, like Rogers and Fido, we found out that Rogers is yet to update its page with the latest information while Fido has updated it.
As per Fido’s update schedule plan, Android 10 is expected to come out anytime in March 2020 for the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 9. So, Canadian users can expect to get their devices updated to Android 10 in March 2020, at least Fido and Telus carrier users.
We will keep you informed, once we have more information in this regard. In the meantime, do check out our dedicated Samsung section to read such similar stories surrounding Samsung smartphones.
Update (March 9)
The update is now live for the users of Rogers, Telus and Fido carrier network in Canada. Reportedly, users of Galaxy Note 9 on Rogers and Telus networks are getting the updates. Read the whole story here
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