Carrier Telus will start rolling out the update to units on its network.
Retailer DirectD has the phones listed on its website for RM 2,899 (around $655) and RM 1,199 (around 270), respectively.
Earlier this month, 31 new names were added to the list. That took the total number to over 600.
Other major US carriers including Sprint and T-Mobile have already rolled out the update.
LG's new flagship still has a few more hours to shine.
It's now rolling out to both the Gear S3 classic and the Gear S3 frontier.
This completes the company's wholesale copying of the Snapchat Stories feature.
The event invites went out today and contain strong hints of a dual rear camera system for the new phone.
This means the flagship smartphone could be hard to find in some markets.
The devices will launch sooner than the expected "summer" time frame.
It will be the successor to the HTC 10 from last year.
Also introduces flash messaging and offline service for Airtel feature phone customers.
Could it be the 5x zoom module from the MWC?
Only the 64GB SIM-free option is available, there's no sign of the 32GB one.
The update arrives as build number VTR-LO9C432B113 and weighs in at 245MB.
Pricing information is currently not known, but it shouldn't be different from other R9s color options.
This comes nearly a couple of weeks after the device was spotted in the database of the US Federal Communications Commission.
Launch was previously set for April 7, but Bell has reportedly secured early inventory and will start selling the phone immediately.