Samsung is one of the top Korean smartphone manufacturer with huge sales all around the globe. What’s so annoying thing about Samsung is that it takes the longest delays between the major Android OS updates. Android Pie stable build has been around for more then two months and today we have spotted Snapdragon Galaxy S9+ running latest version of Android with latest Samsung Experience UI.
The images posted below are with the courtesy of an XDA member ‘Max Weinbach‘ who has got it’s hands on the early build of Android Pie on his Galaxy S9 Plus. This early build is from Firmware.Science and is in a developmental stage so there are bugs and broken features in its current state.
Android 9.0 Pie update for Galaxy S9+ (Snapdragon)
The update hasn’t released but stay tuned we’ll post a guide on how to update official Android 9.0 Pie on Galaxy S9 Plus Snapdragon. Talking about the new features the brings a bunch of new features with redesigned interface and a lot tweaking stuff in the overall UI.
General UI changes
The notifications shade and quick settings panel got new looks and layout, recent apps have got horizontal scrolling, you can now switch the whole UI from light to dark mode. Other improvements include, camera UI changes, multiple apps got refreshed looks and a lot more. For more just check the gallery below.