Samsung's first smartphone with a quad camera setup, the Galaxy A9 (2018), is now reportedly receiving the Android 10 software update. This will be the second major software update for the phone that was launched in December 2018. The Galaxy A9 (2018) was updated to Android 9 Pie around the same time last year. Currently, the software update is rolling out in Poland and is expected to hit other markets soon. The new Android 10 update also brings the latest security patch with it.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) software update was reported by Sammobile. The update released by Samsung carries the version number A920FXXU3CTCD. The software update size isn't known at the moment, but it also brings the March 2020 security patch.
Samsung hasn't released a changelog for the software update, however, we can expect the smartphone to get One UI 2.0 running on top of Android 10. It will also likely get new gesture-based navigation along with Digital Wellbeing, parental controls, and more. Since this is the second major Android software update for the Galaxy A9 (2018), it could also be the last major software update for the smartphone. However, the phone will likely continue to get security updates going forward for at least one year.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018), you will get a notification about this software update. You can also go to the Settings > Software Update > Download and Install to look for a software update for your smartphone manually. Ensure that your smartphone has over 50 percent of battery before applying the software update.
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