In January, Samsung released the stable version of Android 10 for the Galaxy S9 and S9 +. Now, the South Korean giant has decided to make another update available for these models, which brings the compilation "G96xFXXS7DTAD". This time, it's the February security patch.
According to the changelog, no new features have been added to this update, but it is very likely that minor bugs that came with the arrival of Android 10 have been fixed. Currently, the February patch, which weighs about 103MB, is being distributed in several countries in Europe, including Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands.
However, if no critical errors are detected by Samsung, other regions should certainly receive corrections from this month in the coming days or weeks. Before carrying out the installation, check the amount of battery available to avoid disconnections during the process, we recommend at least 50%. It is also advisable to make a backup of your data.
We know that the most recent models of the Galaxy S line are the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra, launched on the 11th. However, those looking for a cheaper high-end smartphone can still bet on the Galaxy S9 +, which remains a good option .
This device offers a 6.2 "Super AMOLED screen, Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 processor, depending on the market, 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage, and 12MP dual rear cameras, the main with variable aperture and the secondary telephoto Below you can see its complete hardware:
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 845|
|Operational system||Android 8.0 Oreo|
|RAM memory||6 GB|
|Internal Storage||64 GB|
|Extra Storage||400 GB|
|Screen – Type||Super AMOLED|
|Screen – Size||6.2 "|
|Screen – Resolution||2560 x 1440|
|Rear Camera||12MP and 12MP|
|Video||4K – 60fps|
|Rear Camera – Aperture||F / 1.5 and F / 2.4|
|Front Camera||8 MP|
|Camera – optical stabilization|
|Camera – HDR|