The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to receive Android 10-based One UI 2.1 update in June 2020. The news was revealed by a moderator on Samsung’s Korean Community Portal. Last month it was confirmed that the company was working on bringing its latest skin to the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. This phone ran on Android 9 Pie at the time of launch in 2018 and since then Android 10 update has been received.

A Korean Samsung Community Forum Post One moderator said that A UI 2.1 Update to Samsung galaxy note 9 Expected to be released in June. It says that it is taking some time to get updates in the phone. One Old post A moderator, while confirming that an update was coming to the phone, also mentioned that the company was carefully implementing the changes for stability, taking some time in the process. Now, through recent posts on the forum, a schedule has been revealed for the first time.

A UI 2.1 update

By OneUI 2.1 Samsung The Galaxy S20 series was first launched with the phone Galaxy z flip. It started rolling out the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10-series phones last month. It is expected to roll out to other eligible equipment in the coming months.

One UI 2.1 brings Samsung Quick Share, screen zoom, camera modes like single take, a pro mode for video, filters, selfie tones and AR zones. Multilingual translation facility has also been provided for Samsung keyboards.

Samsung galaxy note 9 started Samsung Experience UX running on top of Android 8.1 Oreo in August 2018. Since then, it has received Android 9 Pie and Android 10 updates, currently featuring One UI 2.0 skin.

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