Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets news of Android Pie update

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung's flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 9, South Korean mobile maker, is reported to have got a stable update of Android pie. For the information of the people, let us know that the Galaxy Note 9 is currently available. This stable update has been released for the user staying in Germany. Hopefully, the stable update of Android Pie for Galaxy Note 9 will be rolled out in other countries too.

It was expected that the update will be issued on January 15 for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users, but the news of the update has already been released before the schedule. Remember, the first beta version was rolled out for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Users who are using the beta version can now update the phone in a stable version.

The website SamMobile reported that an Android Pie update for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user in Germany has been released. The version number of the software found on Galaxy Note 9 is N960FXXU2CRLT. An update is coming with January 2019 security patch and updates have been released over-the-air (OTA). In such a situation, it may take some time for updates to all users. For those who are on the beta, the update file size is only 95 MB. This means there are only a few changes in beta and stable versions that will be seen.

If you are also a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user and if you have not received the update notification yet, you can check for updates by going to Settings> Software Update. According to Samsung, the company will come with a "One User Interface (UI)" with its Android pie update for its smartphone. With the Android 9 pie update, the user will get app actions, gestures, smart reply, better notification management, and other features. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in February, while Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 + users can get Android Pie updates by March.

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