Samsung’s Android Pie update rollout continues today with releases for more Galaxy devices.
The Sprint Galaxy S9 is now receiving its helping of Android Pie. The update is version G960USQU3CSAB, and it comes in at nearly 1.5GB in size and includes Samsung’s One UI. This new user interface helps to make one-handed use easier, adds a system-wide dark mode to save battery life, and more.
Also rolling out is the Android Pie update for AT&T’s Galaxy Note 9. This is especially notable because it’s the first U.S. carrier Galaxy Note 9 variant to be updated to Pie. The update is a massive 1.8GB in size, so be prepared to wait a while. When you’re done, you should be on version N960USQU1CSAA with Android Pie and Samsung’s One UI user interface.
These updates follow Xfinity Mobile and Verizon’s rollouts of Android Pie to the Galaxy S9 and S9+ earlier this week. It looks like the Android Pie rollout for Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9+ is going full steam, so if you’ve got an AT&T or T-Mobile model, your update should be coming soon.