The new update brings a host of improvements, bug fixes and new features.
Samsung has started seeding a new update to its current flagship lineup, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The new update brings a host of improvements, bug fixes and new features.
The new update adds the ability to schedule Night Mode on both smartphones. With this, users now have an option to select the default option that automatically enables or disable at sunset and sunrise respectively, or one can also create a custom time schedule according to their need. The update is currently rolling out in Germany and it was spotted by AllAboutSamsung. Users can check for the latest update by going to Settings > Software Update and then tap on Download updates manually.
The update also brings stability to WiFi, NFC and e-mail and it also improves the gestures. It also adds the February security patch to both the smartphones. The update is about 362MB in size and it comes with build number G960FXXU2CSB3 for the Galaxy S9 and G965FXXU2CSB3 for Galaxy S9+. There is no information on when the update will be rolled out to other markets including India. So, stay tuned with us for further details.
Previously, Samsung slashed the price of the Galaxy S9+ in India. The base 64GB variant is now available at Rs 57,900 which is the same price at which the Galaxy S9 was sold for, at the time of the launch. The 128GB and 256GB versions of the Galaxy S9 Plus will also be readily available at new prices of Rs 61,900 and Rs 65,900 respectively.
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