While we here in Canada are waiting for the launch of Samsung's Android 9 Pie, the details of what is expected from the software update are filtered thanks to the owners of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + who already have updates installed on their devices.
According to SamMobile, the Samsung 9.0 build's final build doesn't include a storage feature that Android can adopt.
It seems that Samsung is preparing to finally add support for this feature, which allows Android users to use SD cards for special storage of applications, files, and smartphone media, when starting beta testing for Android 9 Pie.
While Samsung doesn't seem to include storage that can be adopted in the latest Android version, that doesn't mean the company won't add features on the next Android 9 Pie build or even newer Android versions.
Google adds storage that can be adopted to Android back to 6.0 Marshmallow.
Samsung began the official launch of the Android 9 Pie build earlier this month. The update has not yet reached Canada. In fact, both Rogers and Telus do not include updates as part of their software roadmap.