Despite having received the update to Android 9 Pie about 10 days after the Galaxy S9 and S9+, the Galaxy Note 9 has already received another software update that brought about improvements to the camera and general system stability.
Similarly, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are receiving another update – the first following their switch to Android 9 Pie – and as expected, it contains the latest Android security patch for the month of January 2019.
Unlike the Note 9, the S9 duo got Pie with December 2018 security patches, but of course, there is more to build CRS2 than just the latest security patches. With Pie still new, this update obviously irons out other issues discovered in the OS, so be sure to grab the download once the OTA shows up. It weighs about 130MB.
The update, which has software version G960FXXU2CSA2 for the S9 and G965FXXU2CSA2 for the S9+, has so far been spotted in Germany, the first market to get the OS in Europe, alongside the Netherlands and Malaysia.
Of course, the update is targeting the few markets that have already received the stable Pie on the S9 and S9+. If your S9 or S9+ hasn’t seen Pie just yet, you might want to try nagging the software update button in the settings menu and you might just get lucky.