The update also contains security fixes for Samsung's firmware besides the ones by Google. Samsung appears to have been plagued by these concerns for a long time since even the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ went through similar difficulties in including an in-screen fingerprint reader. Everybody knows that the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were launched in 2017. Nonetheless, the company has now implemented the latest Android 8.0 Oreo OS, along with the TouchWiz UI for the smartphones but the other leader smartphone from previous year was left out of the Oreo update.
Next up, Samsung Canada vaguely promises Oreo "support" for the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, A5 and Tab S3 in "Spring/Summer 2018", followed by the Galaxy Xcover 4, Galaxy A8, J3 Prime, Tab A8, Tab Active 2 and Tab A 10.1 "later in 2018". The highlights are the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, with the phones expected to get Oreo on March 19 and 28, respectively.
So what's in the Samsung Galaxy S9 March update?
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The August trial is expected to last between five and seven days, also putting him in doubt for the test test at Edgbaston. Stokes is being represented by Mr Gordon Cole, Hale is being defended by Michael Hall and Ali by Giles Nelson.
"Samsung aims to ship 43 million units of the S9 and S9 Plus although it can revise the sales goal depending on market conditions", said the unnamed source, adding, "The yield rate of the new flagship phones were taken into consideration". Don't fret, however, because we have got news! It is also possible to install the update via Samsung Smart Switch.
The research note was obtained by MacRumors who notes in its own report that Samsung could be facing too many technological issues while working on incorporating the feature. Tell us your thoughts in the comment section down below! Unlike other smartphone cameras featuring five-blade apertures, Samsung is using only two ring-like blades, which helps the camera stay relatively small.