Samsung Galaxy S9+ Spotted Running Android Pie on GFXBench


Samsung has just unveiled its super-premium Samsung Galaxy Note 9 handset in the market. It is one of the most capable devices available on the planet right now. If you want to get almost similar experience at a comparatively low price then Galaxy S9+ is not a bad option. Officially the handset is running Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung’s own Experience UI on the top. Today we’ve got some new hot details according to which a Galaxy S9+ unit has been spotted running the latest Android P. So without making any delay let’s know more about it.

In case you guys don’t know the last update Samsung has provided for the device was Android 8.1 Oreo and till then no announcement regarding the Android Pie has been made. Now a variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S9+ has appeared on a well-known benchmark platform called GFXBench. We failed to decode further information as it is showing OS details as “INVALID Android Samsung-ss Edition”. It is the Exynos edition of the device.

We are not yet sure, it can be a device running custom ROM or maybe Samsung is gearing up to release the Android Pie for their device. Samsung might be testing the operating system to eliminate errors and after finalizing they might rollout it officially. For now, things look a little blurry, however, in the upcoming days we will be sharing some more crisp and clear information about it. For more tech news stay tuned to GoAndroid.

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