Samsung Galaxy S9 is one of the most desired smartphones on the market. The Galaxy S9 is not a huge upgrade over the S8, but we still have a lot of exciting things. Both Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus receive mostly positive reviews from users and experts worldwide. However, it seems that the pair has seen a slow sales performance since the launch day. Samsung has a lot of work to do to attract more users on the market.
The South Korean firm has been adding new features and updates to its Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in an attempt to offer a better user experience. Samsung confirms that the US version of unlocked Galaxy S9 will receive the June security update. In reality, the Galaxy S9 is not the first mobile device to get the June security update as it has been out there for more than two weeks.
The June security update weighs in at 696.28MB, bringing in the June security update and fixes for bugs and errors. According to early testers, the Galaxy S9 sees a boost in performance. They say that the update is codenamed G960U1UES2ARF4 and US-based users can get the update over the air.
Sources say that the T-Mobile and Verizon version of the Galaxy S9 will also get the security update. If you are now in the US, you will get a popup menu asking you to update your device. Before proceeding, you need to make sure that your device is on the Wi-Fi network to avoid paying cellular data fees. Besides, you need to have at least 50 percent battery to make sure nothing goes wrong during the process.
The update is still rolling out to Galaxy S9 users in the US over the air. So, many of you may not get the update right away. Be patient because it is coming to your phone. To check for update, open the Settings app on your device, then select System and install any available updates.
Samsung is expected to launch the next generation Galaxy Note 9 in August this year. The device is rumored to come with a lot of new things and new camera technologies.
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