Less than two weeks after Samsung first released its Android 9 Pie beta software for the Galaxy S9 and S9+, the smartphone giant is back with its second software update which contains a number of improvements.
Weighing in at over 700MB, the update’s official changelog includes significant improvements to the front camera. More specifically, it’s claimed that faces will now appear brighter in backlight conditions. Alongside this, a number of stability improvements have been made throughout the operating system, as have improvements to security – the November 2018 security patch is present. Other than these changes, though, the software appears to be largely unchanged.