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Samsung Reveals Android Pie Upgrade Schedule for Galaxy S9, Note 9, S8, More [Update: Galaxy Note FE, A6 Added]

Expect the update for the S9 in January followed by the Note 9 in February.

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Samsung recently began rolling out Android Pie to the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in some regions around the world, but by no means are all users getting the new software at this time. Luckily, it doesn’t look like customers will have to wait much longer for Pie as Samsung has published a schedule detailing when the company plans to roll out Android 9.0 to a variety of devices, including the S9 family.

As first reported by SamMobile who obtained the schedule, Samsung currently plans to release Android Pie to Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus users next month. This likely includes those in the United States and other major markets such as China and Canada. In addition, the Galaxy Note 9 should see the update in February, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will get it in March, and the Note 8 will also see a March 2019 upgrade.

You can read the full rundown below. We’ll let you know when the first of these devices begin getting their upgrades.

Samsung’s Android Pie rollout schedule for 2019. | Image: SamMobile

Update 12-27-2019 6:50 p.m. ET: Samsung has updated its list of devices that will be receiving an upgarde to Android Pie. According to a screenshot from XDA user kongacute, the Galaxy Note FE, Galaxy A6, Galaxy J4+, and the Galaxy J8 will all be receiving the update throughout 2019. Check out the image below for the full list.

Samsung’s updated list of Android Pie upgrades for 2019. | Image: kongacute (XDA-Developers)
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