Less than a week after beginning the One UI 2.5 rollout for the Note9, Samsung has started serving the update for the S9 family - its last major feature update, bringing a bunch of new features.
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Google is rolling out a fix for the connection issues plaguing Assistant usage in Android Auto. The issues were reported starting January, especially for users with Samsung devices running Android 10.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ have begun receiving the One UI 2.1 update in Germany. It adds a few features from the S20 series, like Single Take, and also brings back Pro mode for video.
Samsung is selling almost half the number of Galaxy S20 flagship devices than it did of its predecessors, the S9 and S10. However, S20 sales are boosting 5G market share in the country.
A developer has managed to port One UI 2.1 and many of the Galaxy S20 features like Single Take, Pro Video mode, Music Share, key system apps, and more to the Galaxy S9 and Note9 series.
Samsung has begun rolling out the Android 10-based One UI 2 update to Galaxy S9 devices to more regions. The update comes in at 1.7GB and brings with it the Link to Windows feature, among others.
Sprint is running an offer where it will fix the cracked screen of eligible Galaxy smartphones for just $49. The offer is applicable even for non-Sprint subscribers and lasts through February 9.
Samsung has begun rolling out its Android 10-based One UI 2.0 Beta to S9 and Note9 devices in India and South Korea. The official rollout for S10 and Note10 devices are reportedly pushed to Jan 2020
Samsung has announced that PlayGalaxy Link is coming to more of its mobile devices, including Galaxy Fold. PlayGalaxy Link lets you connect your phone to your computer to play games remotely.
The Galaxy S9 and Note 9 will soon become a part of Samsung's One UI 2.0 + Android 10 beta program. The company has also started rolling out the second One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 10.
In a move following a series of updates to Galaxy devices across carriers Verizon will be updating a few devices. Verizon is the latest to release the update, but T-Mobile users will have to wait.
Microsoft has removed some Android phone listings from its online store, now offering a selection of seven smartphones to choose from. It removed selections from Samsung and Razer.
Samsung has updated its Linux on DeX program with support for more devices including the Galaxy S9 range, Galaxy S10 series, and Galaxy Tab S5e. The update is up for grabs from the Play Store in beta.
Samsung is rolling out an update to Bixby that brings the ability to re-map the Bixby button, similar to that of the S10 lineup. However, you cannot set it to launch competing digital assistants.
T-Mobile is the last holdout among the Big Four wireless carriers to release the stable version of Android 9.0 for the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The update includes support for RCS Universal Profile 1.0.
Samsung's One UI (based on Android Pie) is now rolling out to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in Canada via the country's major carriers including Rogers Communications, Bell, Telus, and Videotron.
Samsung's One UI has arrived in a stable form for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices offered by Verizon. Along with the Android Pie changes, the release includes the January 2019 Android security patch.
Samsung has begun rolling out its One UI update to stable Galaxy S9 and Note9 devices running Android Oreo, in India and South Korea. It is reportedly also heading to more regions.
Owners of Samsung's latest flagship may have to wait slightly longer to receive the One UI update in certain regions. Formerly slated for January, the update might be being delayed for some devices.
Samsung has published the roadmap for the rollout of its One UI experience, which includes Android Pie, and it looks it will be making its way to many of the company's older devices.
After it launched the open beta program for Android Pie in November, Samsung has started the rollout of the operating system's stable version to the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in some parts of Europe today.
Although Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners in South Korea and the US have had access to the One UI beta program for the last few weeks, those in India are now able to get their hands on the latest build.
Samsung is rolling out its new One UI experience based on Android 9.0 Pie to S9 and S9+ users that are enrolled in the One UI Beta Program. The update includes a bunch of new features and UI tweaks.
Although it seems almost certain that the S8, S8+ and Note8 will get the Android Pie update, a spokesperson for Samsung has thrown doubt on whether they will be eligible for One UI.
At the Samsung Developer Conference, the company announced a new minimalistic UI for its smartphones, which is expected to supersede the Samsung Experience in its current flagships by January.
Android 9.0 Pie is expected to introduce a floating keyboard mode to the Samsung Keyboard app in the future after a newly leaked beta build of the operating system reveals that option.
Samsung and Disney have introduced several Zootopia characters to the Galaxy S9's AR Emoji feature. The characters need to be downloaded from the Galaxy App store before they can be used.
Google and Samsung have teamed up to roll out RCS messaging to Samsung Messages on more Samsung Galaxy devices. We have a list of all the devices which can expect the feature in the near future.
The DeX Pad, which only came out in February and allows users to turn their Galaxy smartphone into a desktop-like experience, has now dropped by 30% off its $99.99 retail price via Amazon Prime.
Samsung appears to be committed to the AR Emoji feature introduced in the Galaxy S9 flagships, and it recently announced a new update that will make it easier to create custom AR Emoji.
The July update for Samsung's latest flagship includes a new slow-motion recording mode in the camera, allowing users to record 720p video at 480fps, though there are some limitations.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ Prime Day bundles include the S9/S9+ smartphone, Samsungs SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit, Amazon Echo and Echo Spot for $720 and $840 respectively, leading to $430 savings.
Apple's iPhone 8 topped global phone sales in May, pulling ahead from fifth place in April. Counterpoint, the firm that revealed the findings, put the move down to a strong ad campaign.
If you're looking for a deal, Samsung is now offering a free memory card to those that purchase a Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, or Note8. The size of the card depends on the internal storage of the handset.
According to a number of user reports, some Samsung devices are randomly sending out images from users' galleries. The issue comes from Samsung Messages, and it doesn't seem to leave a trace.
If you own an unlocked version of the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ and have been yearning to listen to FM radio, the time is now. Samsung's latest update for these phones now makes this possible.
Samsung today announced that its Sunrise Gold variants of its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ flagship handset will be made available in the United States beginning on June 4, starting at $719.99.
Samsung has announced yet another update to its AR Emoji feature built into the camera app on its Galaxy S9 and S9+. This time, Disney's Daisy Duck and Goofy have been added as character choices.
Samsung has released a new selection of AR Emoji stickers which can be accessed from the keyboard on the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The update brings the total number of AR Emoji stickers to 36.
Disney and Samsung have teamed up again to expand the latter's AR Emoji library on the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The Incredibles family and their friend Frozone have been added with more to come.