Recently, Samsung is doing a great job in the marketplace. Basically, it is a Korean multinational technology company. Kim, Ki Nam is the Vice Chairman & CEO [2018~Present] of Samsung. One of the most interesting things from yesterday is that Samsung Galaxy S9 gets an Android 10 beta version with more bug fixes.
Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+
In the previous week, Samsung released the fourth Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ which squashed a couple of bugs and bumped up the Android security patch level on the two smartphones to January 1, 2020.
Now the Korean phone maker company releases another beta build for the S9 a couple with bug fixes, and it appears that a stable build is going to revealed soon. Hopefully, it would perform better than before.
The builds for the S9 and S9+, sporting version numbers G960FXXU7ZSLC and G965FXXU7ZSLC, respectively, weigh around 140MB in size and are currently seeding in India and the UK. But the rollout should enlarge to other regions soon. It is really a piece of good news for us.
If you registered in the beta program, you can download the latest Android 10 beta on your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ by heading to the Settings > Software update menu. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for being patient.