Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ receives first software update in the US


South Korean giant, Samsung has officially announced their new flagship phones, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the technology market. Samsung has already started taking pre-orders for these phones in the United States and the phone is available from all the carriers in the US for purchase. If you have already got the device, the first update is here for the United States. 

The phones have already started getting the new updates before their official availability in the markets. Many of them have also confirmed that while turning on their phone for the first time, a new update pops up, which is indeed a great thing for the consumers of these new phones.

The new software update rolls out officially for the unlocked variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones in the United States. The above listed Screenshot is taken from the Galaxy S9 phone’s unlocked variant.

As you can see in the Screenshot, the new Software Update weighs in at around 286MB. The update comes with a software version number G960U1UEU1ARBG while the same new update for the Galaxy S9+ smartphone carries a different firmware version. The firmware version for the Galaxy S9+ smartphone is G965U1UEU1ARBG.

Since the new Galaxy S9 phones are designed for the photography, the devices carry a bunch of extraordinary photography modes for the perfect photography experience from the phones. Well, the good news is the new software update brings more stability on the camera of the device. So your cameras will be improved and it will be more stable than after upgrading it with the new software update.

Additionally, the update is also fixing all the bugs from the device. Since we are already into the March month, the first firmware update didn’t bring the March Month’s Security Patch for the devices. In fact the phones are still running on the February Month’s Security patch and there is no update on it with this update. We hope to see the new March Month’s Security Update for the unsold devices in the future. Users will come up with more information about this update once they start receiving it on their respective phones.

Smartphone users have becoming more advanced and they take quick screenshots if something new appears on their devices and start posting them on various forums and social networks to help out the others.

If you’ve already got either the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 phone, you can manually check for this new update from your smartphone. Just go to the Apps menu and then select the Settings option. Scroll down and you could see Software update option. Select it out and the system will start searching for the new update. If the update is available for you, you can simply see it on the display. After this, you will be able to download this update and can install it on your respective Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ smartphone.