A few days ago another One UI beta update took Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, and apparently the company was immediately very pleased with the state of the software. Now, the finished, stable version of Android Pie has started rolling out to note 9 in a few countries around the world, which should create open flood holes for other models.
The update has the N960FXXU2CRLT building number and includes January security updates, plus the newer One UI interface from Samsung and all the features of Android Pie you can expect, including Adaptive Brightness and Adaptive Battery. The update only watches 95MB for beta users, even though we don't know the exact size of new users yet.
From the current update, this update is available in Germany for the Galaxy Note 9, but if you & # 39; There is something else in the world with an unlocked model, it can't hurt to check and see if you have any updates waiting.
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Expect Android cake for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note in January 2019  Born in southern Alabama, Jared uses his working hours selling phones and his spare time writing about them. The Android enthusiasm started with the original Motorola Droid, but the tech enthusiasm currently covers just about everything. He likes PC games, Lenovo's Moto Z line and a good productivity app.