Unlike the other smartphone giants, Samsung has still not started rolling out the Android Pie update on its smartphones. However, to recall, the South Korean giant has always been late in rolling Android update on its devices. But, it is finally time for Samsung smartphone users to rejoice. Recently, a new leak had surfaced online revealing that the company is currently working on its upcoming Samsung Experience 10 UI.
Now, a latest post on the Samsung+ app has revealed that Samsung will finally reveal the Android Pie update in early 2019. Though no fixed date has been announced, we can expect the release anytime between January-March next year. Along with this Samsung has also confirmed certain new features that will make their appearance with the update.
According to the post, some of the new features on the update will include:
- 157 new emojis which will range from a teddy bear to mooncake and a llama
- Adaptive based battery designed with AI to help save battery
- Support for Slices and App Actions
On the other hand, Samsung Experience 10 will rope in features such as a new Night Theme, Always On Display, screen optimizer and much more. If you are a Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ or Galaxy Note 9 user, you can get the Samsung Experience 10 on your phone.
As of now, there is no update regarding which Samsung devices will receive the Android Pie update. However, we can expect the latest Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones to be the first to receive the update. Moreover, Samsung will soon roll out the beta version of the Android update for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones.
Additionally, apart from releasing the new Android update, Samsung is also working on a new smartphone that will get rid of the notch design. This smartphone will come with the front camera embedded in the display. If Samsung manages to deliver, we will finally have the world’s first truly bezel-less design smartphone.