Samsung is pushing a new update to its Galaxy Note 9 device which will bring Night mode along with the ability to scan QR codes without using Bixby Vision. This June 2019 update was also pushed to the Galaxy S9 as well as Galaxy S9+ smartphones last week and now the Galaxy Note is also getting the same. It comes with the firmware number N960FXXU3CSF9 and this OTA update is currently being rollout in Germany with the size around 704MB.
The changelog of the device includes the latest Android security patch for the month of June 2019 and also the improvements to the camera performance. Since it is an OTA update it might take some time to reach your device and it should also be rolling out to other parts in the coming weeks depending on the region you are in. If you can’t wait for the update to hit your handset, you can always check for it manually for the settings of the phone.
Talking about the device, the Galaxy Note 9 was launched with a big 6.4-inch display with Corning Glass 5 protection on top featuring an S-Pen. There is also a big 4000mAh battery with the support for 15W fast charging feature. Under the hood, the device is powered with Qualcomm or Exynos processor along with 6GB as well as 8GB of RAM option and comes with 128GB or 512GB of onboard storage that can be extended further via microSD card slot.
Talking about the camera, it has a 12MP main camera with a secondary 12MP sensor with LED flash on the rear. There is also an 8MP camera for selfies. The device came out of the box with Android 8.1 Oreo operating system which was followed by Android 9 Pie operating system later. Are you excited to get this new update on your device? Let us know by commenting in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.