Samsung is updating its nearly four-year-old flagship Galaxy Note 9, though it doesn’t have to

Samsung Electronics has released a new batch of updates for the nearly four-year-old Galaxy Note 9 smartphone.

Back in September 2021, Samsung switched this flagship phone to a quarterly security update schedule. Theoretically, it should have been updated only twice since then.

However, in the past six months, the phone has been updated three times in December, January and February. And now the Android security update for March 2022 has been released. So this is the fourth update in six months.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone (review) debuted in June 2018. As of September 2021, it was supposed to stop receiving monthly security updates and start settling for updates once a quarter.

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