Earlier this month, Google has given clear details about the Android P at its I/O 2018 developers’ conference. Since then, people have been waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Android 9.0 update release related roadmap. Though Samsung hasn’t said much about when to expect the new Android P update, we can predict that the update for selected Galaxy smartphones is coming soon. On the basis of the previous experience about mapping Samsung updates, people have already started to make a preliminary estimate.
When can you expect Samsung Galaxy Android 9.0 update release?
The I/O 2018 developers’ conference of Google was held earlier this month. So, it’s too early to expect the release of Android P for Samsung’s compatible devices. While some devices will support the beta version, some won’t support the Android P public beta program of Google. But, Google might release the Android P officially in 2018. After Google’s official Android P release, we will get a better idea of when we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy Android 9.0 update release.
According to the reports, the Galaxy S9 might support Google’s Android P. The official launch of Android P will ensure that the Android updates will arrive swiftly among other Samsung handsets as well. It will be interesting to find out how fast the new Android P OS is! Surely, the new Android P is going to roll out for the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Some cool features of the new Android P:
Android P or Android 9.0 from Google is yet to be launched officially. But, according to the company’s claims, this Android is bringing a few substantial innovations to the old Android operating system. Among the new innovations, the new gesture-based navigation system is the most talked and most awaited. This actually leverages the machine learning and effectively reduces the thorough energy consumption of the mobile. Additionally, this Android OS offers stricter privacy guidelines for installed apps on the device.
Undoubtedly, it is going to be interesting to see how Android P’s user interface will support particular Samsung’s Galaxy handsets. Actually, the user interface of Android P will be fused as Samsung Experience on Samsung handsets.
Until Samsung launches the Android P beta program exclusively for its Galaxy S9 handset, we need to wait. But, we can expect this to happen by the end of this year. According to the sources, the Samsung handsets that will get Android P update are Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy A8, Galaxy A6, Galaxy A6+, Galaxy J6, and Galaxy Tab S3. But, the Samsung Galaxy handsets which won’t get Android P updates are Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A3, Galaxy J7, Galaxy J5, and Galaxy Xcover 4.
Though this is not officially announced by the company, you can expect the official launch of Samsung Galaxy Android 9.0 update release by the end of this year. Surely, this new Android version is going to offer better performance, lesser battery drainage, and better user experience!