The South Korean Giant is rolling out a new update to its Galaxy Note 9 smartphone which brings July security update. The update is being pushed out in markets like Saudi Arabia, UAE, France, Egypt, Kenya, and Nigeria which bumps the software version to N960FXXS3CSG1. This July security patch has been pushed recently for the Galaxy S9 but the 2019 flagship Galaxy S10 lineup has not got this update yet.
There isn’t much information on the changelog that the new update will be bringing apart from enhancing the security levels. It is expected that Samsung has fixed the issue that few Galaxy Note 9, as well as Galaxy S9 users, were facing with the Night mode feature that was pushed to these devices with the previous update. If you have not received the update, check for it manually by heading to the settings of the handset and then select system updates section.
To remind you, the Galaxy Note 9 was launched in 2018 with a 6.4-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top to protect the handset from scratches and minor falls. The device was powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with 6GB of RAM or 8GB RAM. It was offered in 128GB as well as 512GB storage options which can be extended further via microSD card slot.
The handset came with a 12MP primary camera on there rear along with a secondary 12MP sensor that comes with an LED flash. On the front, we can find an 8MP camera for selfies and video calling. The handset came out of the box with Android 8.1 Oreo operating system but later got updated to Android 9 Pie. It will also feature its traditional S-Pen along with all the S-Pen features. Have you received the update? Let us know by commenting in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for similar news and updates.