Samsung ends software support for Galaxy S9, S9+ models

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    Samsung ends Android update support for the 4-year-old flagships (Galaxy S9, S9+), according to a report, Samsungmobile expires the regular support period for these smartphones.

    After four years of regular ongoing support, the company officially removed Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ smartphones from the Samsung Mobile Security Update page.

    These devices were launched back in March 2018, At that time the South Korean firm has only 2 years of major software update policy for their numerous Galaxy. At present, Samsung upgrades its policy from 2 years to 4 years with major 5 years of security maintenance.

    If you want, then Galaxy S9 users can download the Android 11 or Android 12 update manually from any random sites with custom ROM.

    Samsung in 2020 with 3 OS Update Policy

    This change was first introduced with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra launch event, it would offer three generations of OS upgrades for select devices and tablets which was officially confirmed back in August 2020.

    See More: [Updated] Will your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ get an Android 12 (One UI 4.0) Update?

    Samsung in 2022 with 4 OS Update Policy

    Early this year, Samsung announced 4 years of Android OS upgrade with 5 years of security update for a bunch of smartphones including the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S22 trio, so it is expected that the 2022 flagship may get up to Android 16.

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