Samsung has started rolling out an update for the Galaxy S9, and Galaxy S9+ smartphones. The talking point of the update is how it brings 4G VoLTE support on both SIM slots of the smartphones. Further, the update also brings about a few fixes, and the May security patch.
After this update, you will essentially be able to use two 4G VoLTE enabled SIM cards simultaneously. VoLTE lets users place HD-quality calls using the 4G network. There is however no extra charge for using this feature. The update being rolled out also enables Dual VoWiFi feature, which will let users make voice calls over Wi-Fi networks, FE reports.
In addition to enabling these features, the update improves the overall security of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. It also adds May security patch to the two Samsung smartphones.
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The latest update doesn’t really upgrade the Android OS version of either of the smartphones. It is about 426MB in size, so you should use a stable Wi-Fi connection for the update process. In case you haven’t received a notification for the OTA update yet, you can manually check for it. Head over to Settings -> Software Update -> Download update. You can either choose to install and update your device right away, or schedule it for a later time.