Samsung has discontinued software support for the Galaxy S9 series launched in 2018. This means that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will no longer receive updates. please remember. After ending support for monthly devices last year, the company made these devices part of its quarterly renewal schedule. Details are here.
Galaxy S9 series will no longer receive updates
Samsung has announced changes via a new update support page that does not include the Galaxy S9 phone as part of its monthly update schedule. So for those who are still using the Galaxy S9, it’s time to move on.
For those who don’t know Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + received last major software update in Android 10 format In 2020. Following this, as mentioned above, we started getting updates once every three months.
Launched in the same year as the Galaxy S9 series, the Galaxy Note 9 has now moved to a quarterly update schedule, along with the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 +, and the successor to the S9, the Galaxy S10e. phone. This means that Samsung is likely to end software support for these phones next year.
only The Galaxy S105G and the Galaxy S10 family S10 Lite are subject to monthly updates. just now. It is expected to reach a quarterly renewal cycle next year and may stop the following year.
It’s very impressive that Samsung ended support for the Galaxy S9 series six years later. Not all Android phones (unlike the iPhone) see this fate, given the phones that went on sale when a decent software update policy wasn’t enforced.
Samsung was kind enough to support much older devices, so the new policy can prove to be even more beneficial to many. To remind Samsung’s current update policy, the company is now 4 major software updates and 5 security updates.. However, this applies to new Samsung phones, not older phones.
So what do we have to say about this new update? If you have a Galaxy S9, will you eventually upgrade? Please let us know in the comments below.