Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Science | By Hubert Green

Samsung has released an update for Galaxy

Samsung has released an update for Galaxy

Recent reports suggest that Samsung plans to ship 43 million units of its flagship Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones.

It's not like there's a need for a Microsoft Edition of Samsung's flagship smartphones anyway. Released previous year, the smartphone was previously known as the A5, but the company has changed its name so that users associate it with the flagship models.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were originally released with Android 7.0 or 7.1 Nougat. Which as Jerry points out is tougher than the glass used in the Galaxy S8.

Following this, Samsung notes that the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Galaxy A5, and Tab S3 will get the Oreo treatment in the "spring/summer".

Preorders for the S9 models of Samsung received during a one-week campaign in Korea from February 26 to March 4 was reportedly around 70 percent of the predecessors. "New and / or enhanced features" have been implemented, but we do not know which features the changelog is talking about because they are not mentioned.

This however does not mean you will get the update on March 30, or anytime close to that, but merely that it will be released in Turkey starting then and then it will arrive in other regions soon enough.

We have received great news for those who own a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

What do you think, will you update your Note 8 to the latest OS version? Most major smartphone makers, including Samsung, Apple and Huawei saw their sales decline in the three months due to a longer handset-replacement cycle of consumers.

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