The update should be rolled out to other markets in the coming months.
Samsung has reportedly started rolling out stable Android Pie update for its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9. The update brings the new user interface coupled with some interesting features.
The update is currently rolling out in Germany, reports SamMobile. The update should be rolled out to other markets in the coming months. As per the report, users who have opted for the Beta programme, the stable update is just for 95MB to download. This simply means that the last Beta was almost the final version.
The update comes with version number N960FXXU2CRLT and it includes the January 2018 security patch. In our order to check for the latest update, users can go to Settings > Software Update and refresh it to see whether the new update is available for download or not.
With the latest update, users will get the new One UI from Samsung. One UI comes loaded with a host of interesting features and the brand claims it to be “more natural and comfortable for one-handed use." The latest UI features newly designed controls at the bottom with larger search box or text at the first half, which it claims will be easier to navigate as compared to its predecessor.
To recall, the smartphone was launched in India last year. The smartphone comes with a price tag of Rs 67,900 for the 6GB RAM variant, while the 8GB RAM option is priced at Rs 84,900. the Galaxy Note 9 features a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity display with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels, 19:5:9 aspect ratio and a pixel density of 516ppi. The phone is powered by Samsung Exynos 9810 processor. The phone is backed by a 4000mAh battery with fast charging and wireless charging support.
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