These Samsung Galaxy devices will get Android Pie 9.0 Update

The latest Android Pie 9.0 update has been launched worldwide in recent months in the form of beta updates. Samsung has been very busy recently with the launch of various devices such as the Galaxy Note 9 Flagship and the Galaxy A8 Star. The Samsung Galaxy Android 9.0 update release list below mentions all of the handsets that will most certainly receive this update in due course and those that won’t be upgraded to Android P.

Samsung also provided regular security patches for the Note, S, A, and C series and was at its peak when it came to monthly fixes. So, with this track record, you’ll get something similar and for big OS updates, if Project Treble is implemented, we can see Samsung delivering updates much faster. However, note that devices launched before 2017 and 2016 have very little chance of reaching Pie Android portions.

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List of Samsung Galaxy Note Series eligible for Android Pie 9.0 update

List of Samsung Galaxy C Series eligible for Android Pie 9.0 update

  • Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy C10 Pro (not advertised)

List of Samsung Galaxy A series eligible for Android Pie 9.0 update

  • Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2017
  • Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2018
  • Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus 2018
  • Samsung Galaxy A8 Star

History says Stick with Pro variants that have at least promised major updates. And until the next version, you’re on Android Pie, of course.

List of Samsung Galaxy J series eligible for Android Pie 9.0

  • Galaxy J7 2018
  • Galaxy J7 Pro 2018
  • Galaxy J8 2018
  • Galaxy J3 2018

Samsung devices that will not be updated with Android Pie 9.0

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
  • Samsung Galaxy S7
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Active
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 (G930, G930F, G930W8, G930FD)
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (all variants)
  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) (A720F, A720DS)
  • Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) (A520F)
  • Samsung Galaxy C7 and C7 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy C5 and C5 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A (17)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A (16)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Core
  • Samsung Galaxy On Max

In addition, talking about lower-level Samsung devices, they have very little chance to see Android Pie, because none of the last years has been updated. And some leaks in the Galaxy J series suggest devices running on Android Nougat. Even though it’s launched with Oreo, Samsung is not renowned for updating its entry-level and budget devices.

Apart from that, do not expect to update Android Pie soon, except at the end of 2018 and early 2019. There is not even 10% of devices running on Android Oreo 8.0, and even less 8.1. However, all new high-end Samsung devices launched in 2018 will ship with Android Oreo 8.0 with the experience of Samsung 9.0. So, no product can be bundled with Android Pie, unless it’s called the pixel name.

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