The Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and the Galaxy Note 9 have started receiving the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 on Fido and Rogers’ networks in Canada. The update is currently being rolled out in a phased manner to the two-year-old flagship smartphone models.
Both the Canadian cellular carriers have published the Android 10 update schedules for the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and the Galaxy Note 9 on their websites. The update should bring either February 2020 or March 2020 Android security patch to the three phones. The Rogers website also mentions the Galaxy Z Flip will receive the March 2020 Android security patch on its network today.
We still don’t have any information on the firmware versions, update file sizes, or the security patch version for these phones right now. The Android 10 update should bring the One UI 2.0 software along with new features such as Google’s improved UI navigation gestures, newer emojis, slightly tweaked UI design, newer icons, a built-in screen recorder, and more.
Samsung had first released the Android 10 update to international versions of the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and the Galaxy Note 9 last month. Later, unlocked variants of the smartphones started receiving the update in the US, followed by the carrier-locked variants.
If you own a carrier version of the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, or the Galaxy Note 9 in Canada on Fido’s or Rogers’ network, you should now be able to check for the update manually and install it. You can check for the update by navigating to Settings » Software update menu.