Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ gets Android 10 in the US
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are Android-based smartphones unveiled, manufactured, released and marketed by Samsung Electronics as part of the Samsung Galaxy S series. The devices were revealed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 25 February 2018, as the successors to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. The S9 comes with 4 GB of RAM; the S9+ comes with 6 GB of RAM. Both devices come with storage options of 64, 128 and 256 GB, and feature the ability to use a microSD card to expand the storage to a maximum of 400 GB, the battery capacities are the same as their predecessors: 3000 mAh for the S9, and 3500 mAh for the S9+.
Samsung released the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update(Android 10 is the tenth major release and the 17th version of the Android mobile operating system. It was released on September 3, 2019) for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ last week in the US, but only for the carrier-locked units. Now, the company has expanded the rollout for the unlocked S9+ units as well.
The firmware for the unlocked units sports version number G965U1UEU7DTA5 and weighs around 1.9GB in size. It brings in all the features of Android 10 and One UI 2.0 and bumps up the Android security patch level to January 2020.
The update is rolling out over the air and should hit all the devices soon. But those get impatient can try checking for the update manually by heading to the Settings > Software update menu on their devices, or download the firmware hosted by SamMobile from here.