Samsung is treating Galaxy S9 and S9+ users to their last big software update

Commercially released more than two and a half years ago, the and were Samsung’s last S-series flagships to come with “traditional” screen bezels and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner instead of the more modern hole punch display including an “invisible” biometric recognition method.

Along with the , you can say these bad boys marked the end of an era for the world’s number one smartphone vendor, and alas, the Korea-based tech giant is now officially halting its (major) software support for the three 2018-released Android handsets.

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