Since it has been a couple of months after the rollout of Android 10, Samsung is speeding up its pace in rolling out the update to all its devices in the world.
As we all know that the device has undergone several beta tests for Android 10, and now the stable update has also rolled out for the Galaxy S9 devices both in the U.S and Germany. Today, the devices also started getting a stable Android 10 One UI 2.0 update in India.
The latest Android 10 stable update comes with January 2020 security patch and weighs around 1.8 Gb. Furthermore, the One UI layer based on Android 10 has also been upgraded to version 2.
This update carries the DTAA/DTA5/DTA3 software version. It is the same software build number as that of the European Exynos model of the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Surprisingly, even the Android 10 beta users also received the stable Android 10 update. A user reported on Reddit regarding the official steady rollout of the Android 10 update for beta users.
As per the screenshot shared by the user, the update for beta users is much smaller and weighs 137.55 MB. Many beta testers have also reported receiving the same build number, i.e., DTAA/DTA5/DTA3.
Samsung Galaxy S9 devices seem to be in the middle of the global Android 10 rollout. However, the other carrier models in the U.S have to wait for a little longer to receive the update probably till the next month.