First Samsung Galaxy S9 update is now rolling out

First Samsung Galaxy S9 update is now rolling out

First Samsung Galaxy S9 update is now rolling out

It's not like there's a need for a Microsoft Edition of Samsung's flagship smartphones anyway.

Samsung's latest Galaxy S9 is not only eye-catching but robust as well.

The company awarded the Galaxy S9+ with a "repairability" score of 4 out of 10, same as Galaxy S8+, but failing to beat the iPhone X's 6 out of 10, which appears to be less hard to fix.

The Nougat-flavored nightmare is about to end for worldwide users of both the Galaxy S8 duo and the fall 2017-released Galaxy Note 8, according to reports coming from Turkey and Canada.

Yep, that means the Galaxy Note 8 has not received the Android Oreo update yet.

Don't expect any exciting new features in the update, though - the S9 already has the latest version of Android Oreo and we can't imagine Samsung adding new features to the phone quite this soon.

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The research note was obtained by MacRumors who notes in its own report that Samsung could be facing too many technological issues while working on incorporating the feature.

Preorders for the S9 models of Samsung received during a one-week campaign in Korea from February 26 to March 4 was reportedly around 70 percent of the predecessors.

All in all, February should be an interesting month for Samsung enthusiasts especially since the OEM also plans on launching its next flagship series - the Galaxy S9 - at Mobile World Congress on February 25. And as always, stay tuned for more information regarding Samsung and their smartphones!

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