The Samsung Galaxy S9+ is one of the best Android smartphones launched in the year 2018. The device has all that it takes to be called a real flagship. As is the case with all the Samsung flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup is also not expected to receive the latest Android 9.0 Pie update anytime soon.
This, however, does not appear to be the case as a new GFXBench listing shows the Samsung Galaxy S9+ running on the Android 9.0 Pie.
It is indeed surprising to see the GFXBench listing being used for such a news as such benchmark leaks are typically used to reveal the specifications of the upcoming smartphones.
As seen in the image, the Galaxy S9+ is seen running on an “invalid Android Samsung-ss Edition” which could probably mean that the latest OS for the device which will certainly be a customized skin is not available in the GFXBench database as of now. Or, it might be a custom ROM after all.
If the news indeed turns out to be true, we are likely to get the latest Android update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup pretty soon. This, however, is not confirmed by any means, so we’d have to wait it out for a while before we got further intel on the same.
Though it is highly unlikely that you do not know about the Galaxy S9+, if you still want to refresh your knowledge, feel free to check out our existing coverage on the same.
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