It also comes with machine learning ability

The Android Pie or Android 9.0 update for Samsung Galaxy smartphone is out now. Google’s Android Pie is officially the latest version of Android at the moment. Since the past few months, Google has rolled out the update all around the world. Google released the Android 9 Pie in a Beta form. The Android Pie update came into being with a significant overhaul of the famous Android Oreo 8.1.

This brings the tech giant Samsung into the spotlight. The South Korean tech giant has been busy with the launch of many flagship Galaxy Note 9. Samsung is also working Galaxy A8 Star. 

The Samsung Galaxy users might be wondering as to when will their device get the Android P update. Some Galaxy users are not sure if their devices will receive Android P or not.

Samsung delivers regular security updates to all of its devices. And the flagship Galaxy Smartphones enjoy the benefit of the monthly security patches.

Given the track record, Samsung will provide Android 9 updates to most of its Galaxy devices. Samsung is making big plans as of now. One of the grand plans involves Project Treble. With Project Treble. Samsung can deliver these updates at a quicker time rate. 

Update has been rolling around in the world from the past few months
Google Android 9.0 Pie. Credits: Trusted Reviews

Nevertheless, the devices which Samsung released back in 2016 and 2017 do not have a chance of being a part of Android Pie family.

List of Samsung Galaxy devices to support Android 9.0

Samsung is one of the biggest players in the smartphone industry. There are a few phones which support Android 9 OS such as Pixel 3 and Nokia 6.1 (2018) onwards.

Devices from Galaxy S series to get Android 9 update

Samsung S9 series to receive Android Pie update.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ to get Android Pie update. Credits: YouTube
Samsung Galaxy S9

The popular Samsung Galaxy S9 is reportedly one of the most adored flagships of 2019. The Exynos 9810 octa-core processor powers the device. Galaxy S9 comes with 4 GB RAM.

As Samsung Galaxy S9 is the current flagship device of the company, or till Galaxy S10 unveils the following month. Samsung has started rolling the Android 9.0 Pie update for Galaxy S9.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

This Samsung flagship device doesn’t need an explanation. Galaxy S9 Plus is a recent offering from the South Korean tech giant. Just like Samsung S9, the older sibling is also power by Exynos 9810 Octa-Core processor.

The processor comes with 6GB of RAM. This is the epitome of flagship device from Samsung. Samsung began rolling out Android 9 Pie update.

Notch Display in the Samsung Galaxy S9 series.
Android Pie supports notch display. Credits Android Central
Samsung Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the yesterday flagship device. It is still the flagship device. Samsung came up with Galaxy S8. Exynos 8895 Octa-Cor SoC. Galaxy S8 comes with 4 GB of RAM. Samsung S8 has a formidable specification. The firm started testing the One User Interface on Galaxy S8.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

Samsung released the Galaxy S8 in the previous year. Galaxy S8 Plus sports the same SoC as its small sibling. But one of the major difference is that Galaxy S8 Plus is backed up by 6 GB RAM. Samsung revealed that it has made plans to get updated to the newest version of Android OS. Same as the younger sibling, Samsung began tasting Android Pie on this device as well.

Samsung Galaxy Note series to sports Android 9.0 Pie support for smartphone

Dark mode is one of the things that OLED display smartphone owners have been asking for for a long time
Android Pie on Samsung comes with Dark Mode for AMOLED screens. Credits: The Stars
Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The Galaxy Note 9 is the brand new Samsung Note series offering to the world. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is powered by Exynos 9810 Octa-Core Processor and 8 GB of RAM backs up the phone. As far as Note series is concerned, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is going to get the latest version of Android Pie.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The South Korean tech leader, Samsung launched the 8th version of Note series back in August. An Octa-core Exynos 8895 powers the phone. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is backed up with a whopping 6GB RAM. The device might be a little older, but, there is a highly likely chance that the device might receive Android 9 Pie.

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