The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are one of the best-selling smartphones from Samsung that were launched back in 2018. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ both packs a bunch of premium features such as a curved AMOLED display, powerful processor, high-end camera, and more.
These smartphones were launched with pre-installed Android 8 Oreo and have received two major upgrades as of now. The Galaxy S9 phone is currently operating at Android 10 based One UI 2.5 and won’t be receiving the latest Android 11 update, as per Samsung’s new update policy.
The company is currently releasing the One UI 3.1 update for its eligible Galaxy devices. But unfortunately, the Galaxy S9 phones are no longer eligible to get these latest changes. Meanwhile, the company is taking care of these phones by sending regular security updates.
As per the latest information, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ users are now getting March 2021 security update for improved system security and device stability. As per Samsung, the March security patch brings fixes for 3 critical bugs and fixes 26 high-level vulnerabilities.
The new firmware for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ can be identified via the software versions G960FXXSFFUB3 and G965FXXSFFUB3 respectively. Besides the security improvements, there are no new features or changes added to these devices in this new update.
If the users haven’t yet received this latest update via OTA then they can also check it manually by going through Settings > Software updates > Download and install.
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