It has been more than three weeks since the official unveiling of Android 10. The Google Pixel devices, OnePlus 7-series, Essential Phone, and Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro are the only popular devices to get the taste of Google latest offering.
One of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the business, Samsung, is eager to improve its software rollout record and has been working on Android 10 for a while now. Last month, we got an eleven-minute long video, which showcased a pretty stable One UI 2.0 beta running on the Galaxy S10 Plus.
Usually, Samsung rolls out the latest software to its current flagship devices, before turning attention to older models. But, this year, in an attempt to improve its track record, Samsung has already started developing One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
As per a report by GalaxyClub, Samsung is already testing Android 10 on the Galaxy S9 duo and could release the update as build number G960FXXU7DSI3 and G965FXXU7DSI3 for S9 and S9 Plus, respectively.
Despite Samsung’s desperation, S9 owners will have to wait patiently in line to receive Android 10, as the company won’t certainly release it ahead of/alongside with the S10 and Note 10 families.
As per GalaxyClub, there could be a beta version for the S9 duo before the official stable rollout. The final build could hit the shelves in the first quarter of 2020.
BTW, this may also mean that the work on Galaxy Note 9 Android 10 update has also started already given both Note 10 and S10 are set to receive Android 10 beta together in few days/weeks. What do you think?