New Firmware for Galaxy S9 and S9+


Samsung will start selling new Galaxy S 9 and s9+ Smartphones in the nearest future. Users will be able to find devices in the retail shops in various countries. The first update of software happened two days ago, when some lucky clients have already received their Smartphones. A new update is significant, because it will bring software to the retail variant. One can find new firmware for the newest flagship Smartphones from Samsung in a company’s database of firmware.

You can download firmware for new Galaxy S9 Smartphones

New versions of firmware are available for two countries at the moment, they are England and Germany. Software that will be used in devices is Android 8.0 Oreo. There were some rumors that Android 8.1 would be installed, but it didn’t happen. Many users hope that a Korean company will not delay update of software as it happened with the Smartphones that were released in 2017. Samsung doesn’t provide exact information on this matter.

To find a firmware for Galaxy S9, go to our firmware database.