Samsung already testing Android 10 on last year's flagship Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +

Recently, a list of Samsung devices that will receive Android 10 was leaked online. Now information has emerged that the company

is already testing the system on some of them.

What is known

According to Galaxyclub, the developersSamsung began testing the new OS on last year's flagships Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The firmware is being updated with build numbers G960FXXU7DSI3 and G965FXXU7DSI3. This is still the first stage of testing, so you shouldn’t expect a release in the near future. Most likely, Android 10 for these smartphones will be released after the current flagships are updated: Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+.

What to expect

Let us remind you that with the update Android 10 smartphonesSamsung will receive One UI 2.0 interface. In addition, the new version of the software will add an updated Digital Wellbeing feature, advanced user interface settings with different fonts, themes and icons, a screen recording program, a floating settings panel and much more.

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