Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones will no longer receive software updates. The early 2018 flagships are now off the list of devices that are eligible security updates.
Meanwhile the Galaxy S10 series models moved from monthly to quarterly updates, now that they are over 3 years old.
The Galaxy S9 series is following the path of its predecessors. Back in early 2021, Samsung demoted the S9 from monthly to quarterly security updates, when the Galaxy S8 was completely taken off the list, and the same thing happened to the Galaxy S7 phones a year before that.
The Galaxy S9 series’ last major update was the One UI 2.5, released in late 2020.
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