Android 10 and One UI 2.0 coming to the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)

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Samsung is not one of the companies that is characterised by quickly updated its terminals, although it is true that in recent years has been improving little by little, as the rest of the great companies, thanks in part to the modifications that have made Google in this section.

Like all companies, gives priority to the terminals of the higher-end, more expensive, to upgrade later to the mid-range or low.

It also affects the marketing year of a terminal and is for all companies to update first your latest mobile, and later those of previous years. And here is where enters the Samsung Galaxy A9 2018a terminal that we were able to test at the end of this year and is now starting to receive its update to Android 10.

The Samsung Galaxy A9, 2018 and is updated to Android 10

This model has started to receive the update A920FXXU3CTCD that install Android 10 mobile. Along with the latest stable version of the system includes also One UI 2.0, the new interface of Samsung.

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Thus, this terminal will be updated with all the news of Android 10, which you can see in the video of this same entry, and with the new features of One UI 2.0.

As expected, Samsung has taken advantage of the update to update the security patch of this model, the march of 2020.

This is the second major update that receives this cell, so from now on only we will have quarterly updates that will update the security patch. But in an official manner, unless something changes, we will not see nor Android 11, or One UI 3.0 on this device.

This update to Android 10 is expected for the next month, but was grateful to see that the deployment starts before. However, for now it is limited to Poland, but if there is problems sure that throughout the month of April comes to more countries.

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