We are in luck, and it is that the Samsung Galaxy J4, one of the smallest of the Samsung family (and not precisely because of its screen size, since it is 6 inches diagonal) will update to Android 9 Pie. We tell you the details. The Galaxy J4, a phone that comes equipped with Android 8 Oreo (in its version of Android Go, a lighter version for phones with few resources), and with just 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory and a quad-core processor to 1.4 GHz (the Exynos 7570, to be more exact). And even with these scarce resources, the Galaxy J4 will update to Android 9 Pie during the month of April. We already know that the strong point of Android has never been the updates of its terminals. And although in these years we have seen an increase for the better in almost all brands in terms of update policies, we still have a long way to go, and that is why a low-end terminal updates to a new version of Android is all a celebration. Although this last year manufacturers like Nokia have put all the meat on the grill to update all their phones, even the low-end and low-mid-range, these news continue to surprise. Android 9 Pie for the Galaxy J4 and the Tab S4 But that’s not all that Samsung comes to offer us. Because it turns out that the update comes in pairs and not only updates the J4, but also the Tab S4, which also came with Android Oreo as standard. Although the Galaxy Tab S4 does not belong to the same range, since it is not only a tablet but also belongs to the high range, and it comes equipped with a Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM. And it is that even being high-end, it is rare to hear of updates for tablets, so it is double good news, we have the little one Waiting for the update This we know from Samsung Turkey, which publishes interesting data about the updates of its devices and we have been able to see this information. The OTA will come out in a staggered way, as manufacturers are accustomed to us, so it may be received first in some areas or countries, and then it will be extended globally, it will be during April, so we don’t need to get nervous that we have it at around the corner. Thus it joins the list with other mid-range terminals of the Korean firm such as the A8 + or other terminals that are already updating to the latest version of the operating system.