Galaxy Note 9 (AT&T) with One UI 2.0 recieves Android 10!

Galaxy Note 9 (AT&T) with One UI 2.0 recieves Android 10!

After the early release of stable access to beta testers, Android 10 finally arrives on more than Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in the world. More recently, Galaxy Note 9 devices sold by AT&T in the United States.

Last month, some users in Germany reportedly started receiving the One UI 2.0 update with Android 10. The update, N960FXXU4DSLB, is available in chunks at 1.9 GB with all of the features of One UI 2.0 that you Wait. Of course, with the exception of certain omissions like selfies in night mode and Bixby routines.

This update also brought the German security patch Galaxy Note 9 to December 2019. Note that in newer devices like the Galaxy Note 10, the security patch of January 2020 is already available with the Android 10 update.

Now, some Galaxy Note 9 sold by AT&T in the United States have also received the One UI 2.0 update. The update, as it depends on the carrier, weighs 2 GB this time, so you’ll need a good Wi-Fi connection. This also has the same features that were made available to the German Galaxy Note 9. The additional 100MB probably came from the fact that it could contain certain AT&T add-ons and services. There is no mention if this update comes with the security patch of January 2020 or that of December 2019.

About the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched in August 2018. It has a 6.4-inch QHD Super AMOLED screen, with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection. The screen supports HDR10 dynamic scaling and permanent display.

As usual for the flagship Samsung Galaxy range, it is available in the Exynos and Snapdragon variants depending on your country. Variants released for the EMEA region have the SoC Exynos 9810, while USA / LATAM has the SoC Snapdragon 845. Although both are based on a 10nm process.

Samsung offers the devices in two memory configurations. The variant with 128 GB can go up to 6 GB of RAM, while the high-end variant with 512 GB internal can go up to 8 GB of RAM. Again, both are UFS 2.1.

On the imaging side, the smartphone has a rear-facing dual camera. The main camera is a 12MP sensor with a variable aperture from f / 1.5 to f / 2.4. The additional 12MP camera sensor has an f / 2.4 telephoto lens. At the front there is an 8MP f / 1.7 selfie camera which can record videos up to [email protected]

Via: Android Police

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