If you got pretty excited when it was reported that the Android 9.0 Pie update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has already been rolling out, we bring you probably disappointing news. It seems that Samsung will be pushing back the official roll-out to sometime in February. Well, at least that’s according to a Turkish portal that is seemingly owned by the Korean OEM. The site features updated timelines for when Samsung devices will be getting the major Google update.
The earlier excitement came from the news that Galaxy Note 9 users in Germany were already receiving the Android Pie update, which some took as a sign that it will soon be rolling out to other regions. However, it looks like we shouldn’t hold our breath as the Turkish site Gunnelmiyiz has posted the schedule of the Pie rollout. It’s unclear if this is just for the region, but we’re assuming the schedule for the rest of the regions isn’t far from this.
Originally, the Android Pie for Galaxy Note 9 was to roll out by January 15 but the updated table shows that it’s now scheduled for February 1. As for other flagship devices, specifically the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note 8, owners will also have to wait a bit more as rollout will start by February 15. Again, we don’t know if this is only for Turkey but in our past experience, the update rolls out at almost the same time or near each other when it comes to various regions.
If you’re a beta user in Germany though, you might be lucky enough to have the beta version already available as they started rolling it out last January 4. Let’s wait for an official announcement from Samsung for the final schedule of Android Pie updates and hope that they stick to the schedule.
VIA: Android Authority