Samsung has started rolling out Android 10 to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus devices, just a week after Galaxy Note 9 users in Korea started receiving a similar firmware. The update is now available (via Reddit) for users who have registered for Samsung’s One UI Beta program.
The update comes in beta with a build version ZSKD and weighs in at around 1.8GB. Android 10 update shifts the firmware version on the Galaxy S9 to G960FXXU7ZSKD and the Galaxy S9 Plus to G965FXXU7ZSKD.
With the Android 10 update, Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus devices will be enabled with Dark mode, improved Gestures Navigation, better Sharing Menu, Live Caption, Bubbles, better Permissions management, Accent Colors and Themes, and more.
The update will also bring some changes through One UI 2 including a re-designed Quick Panel, Native Screen Recorder, Focus mode, enhanced Dark Mode, revamped smooth navigation, Dynamic and Smart Lock Screen, Distraction-Free (less) Environment, Media Bar and Link to Windows, Improved Security, and Improved sharing.