Samsung Galaxy S9 continues to receive software updates after 4 years of release


Samsung Galaxy S9 continues to receive software updates after 4 years of release

Samsung Galaxy S9 continues to receive software updates after 4 years of release

There is no doubt that Samsung has managed to release more updates to its smartphones than any other Android company. Research shows that Samsung has the longest update cycle in the Android phone market, and now it has even exceeded its own expectations.

According to Android Authority writes that Samsung recently announced the process of releasing the March 2022 security update for the Galaxy S9, which launched four years ago.

Samsung said in 2019 that it plans to offer phones that Released in 2019 and subsequent years, four years of security updates will be available. At that time, the Koreans did not mention the four years of software support in the Galaxy S9. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S9 family of devices are still listed on Samsung’s seasonal security updates page.

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March security update for Galaxy S9 brings firmware version G96xFXXUHFVB4 and more Fixes more than 50 security vulnerabilities. The new Galaxy S9 update is currently rolling out in Germany and will soon be available to users in other parts of the world. Interestingly, the Galaxy S9 will receive the March 2022 security update earlier than most recent Samsung phones.

In the meantime, Samsung seems to be able to release updates for its phones better than any other company. We hope other Android companies will follow the same path.

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