The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus begin to receive the patch April: there is no One UI 2.1
The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus begin to receive security patches Android of April and, according to the first sightings, it is confirmed the absence of the interface, One UI 2.1, as well as had been hypothesized of the latest rumors.
This is a significant detail, which enables us to understand how Samsung has already started to archive the development of new software features for its top of the range of the 2018 and the Plus variant, limited to offer focused updates to fix bugs and other malfunctions. Of course it is still early to put the word end to support new features, since Samsung might have decided to skip the version 2.1 and to propose them directly to the 2.5 - waiting for the month of August - on the occasion of the two years of the Notes 9.
In any case, the update with the patch of April also brings with it other additional fixes compared to the ones developed by Google, saw his weight of over 380MB. Among these are the improvement of the safety of Samsung Account - probably the authentication in two-factor -, greater stability for the applications, Contacts, Messages, Gallery and Camera, and the compatibility of the devices with the Camera app Controller designed for the Galaxy Watch.Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is available online from Amazon Marketplace at 540 euro or from Amazon to 586 euros. Samsung Galaxy S9 is available online from ePrice to 460 euros. Available on : Samsung S9 Plus 461 euro and Galaxy S9 to 380 euros.(update-09 April 2020, at 16:32)CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING