Samsung has released its Android 9 Pie update roadmap for China


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Samsung is aware that it must work hard to be able to regain some of the users lost in China in the recent years in favor of some fearful competitors such as Huawei, OPPO, Vivo, OnePlus and Xiaomi and the aspect of software updates is one of those that should not be neglected.

Today, Samsung has released the roadmap of its updates to Android 9 Pie for the various smartphones sold by the manufacturer in this Asian country.

The first to receive the new version of the Google operating system will be the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus and the Galaxy Note 9, this will happen during the month of February.

Then, in March, the update will reach Galaxy A9 Star (SM-G8858) owners followed by Galaxy A9 Star Lite (SM-A6050), Galaxy A9 2019 (SM-A9200), Galaxy S8 (SM- G9500 / G9508), Galaxy S8 Plus (SM-G9550) and Galaxy Note 8 (SM-N9500 ​​/ N9508).

In May the Galaxy A9 Start Lite (SM-A6068) and the Galaxy Tab S4 (SM-T830 / T835C) will be updated, followed in August by the W2019. In September it will be the turn of the Galaxy A6s (SM-G6200), Galaxy S (SM-G8750), Galaxy Tab S3 (SM-T820 / T825C) and W2018 (SM-W2018).

Finally, the owners of the Samsung Galaxy J8 (SM-J3300 / J3308) and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018) will have to be patient until October.

Along with Android 9 Pie, users will receive One UI, Samsung new Android 9 based custom UI designed by the company for its Galaxy devices.

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