Samsung is pushing out yet another Android 10 beta update to both the Galaxy S9 as well as the Galaxy S9 Plus. The new update goes on to fix a large number of bugs on both the phones, while it also adds several optimizations.

The latest One UI 2.0 beta brings about the January 2020 security patch which was also bundled with the previous build.

Indeed the issue which saw users of the Galaxy S9 being locked out of their secure folder on their respective devices has also been subject to being fixed. The unwanted noise occurrence that occurred while in the course of performing sound quality optimization with both the 3.5mm as well as the USB-C headphones has also been fixed.

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The update also comes in tow of the latest version of the Digital Wellbeing while improvements to the camera performance have also been made ever so present.

Last but not least, optimizations to motion recognition found in the gesture navigation state have also been recognized!

In accordance with what SamMobile has had to say, the latest beta update is currently in the process of being rolled out in India. With that said, other regions across the globe and indeed across the subcontinent too should expect to get the update sooner rather than later.

And if you happen to be a beta user, then you can download the update over-the-air from the Software Update menu in the settings.

For now though, keep an eye out for updates with regards to both the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus – if of course you own any of the two flagships from Samsung. The stable version for the Android 10 update is soon to go worldwide, as Samsung looks to improve on its track record of providing timely updates for its flagship devices.


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