The Galaxy S10's Software Could Make It Look Old
The Galaxy Note 9's Android Pie is exciting, but there's a chance it will be instantly overshadowed by the changes Samsung makes next year.
Samsung is reportedly planning an early Galaxy 10 launch and the company's new flagships are expected to come with several hardware upgrades. We also expect them to include new software features.
Samsung, like other smartphone makers, typically uses exclusive software features to help sell its new phones. We don't expect next year to be any different.
We expect at least some of the Galaxy S10's software features to make it to the Galaxy Note 9, but it could take several months for that to happen.
If we're lucky, developers will port some of the Galaxy S10's best software features over to Galaxy Note 9 long before that happens.
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