October Patch Comes to Galaxy Note 9

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The October security patch has been released for the Galaxy Note 9 with Exynos processor. This makes it the second flagship of Samsung to receive this month's fixes as the Galaxy S10 5G was the first.

It is believed that the other variants of the Galaxy S10 should not receive this update anytime soon, as it is only two weeks since the September patch arrived on all models, taking much of the features from the Galaxy Note 10 line, which has curiously already received the update. October patch.

As for the Galaxy Note 9 update, which includes software release “N960FXXS3CSI5”, it is available for download via OTA in Poland, France, Portugal, Serbia, the Baltic, Romania, Bulgaria and Switzerland. However, if all goes well and no critical error is detected by Samsung, other regions should receive security enhancements in the coming days. You can check for the arrival of the update manually by going to “settings> software update”.

Although the Galaxy Note 10 is the latest and most powerful, the Galaxy Note 9 is still an interesting top of the line. For those who don't know, it has a 6.4 ″ Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels, 516 ppi density, HDR10, 83.4% Corning Gorilla Glass 5 screen-to-body protection glass.

Inside we have the Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 processor, depending on the market. There are variants with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 512GB of internal storage, expandable up to 1TB microSD.

October Patch Comes to Galaxy Note 9

In the camera department, there are two sensors at the rear, the main one with variable aperture f / 1.5 and f / 2.4, and the secondary telephoto with 2x optical zoom and f / 2.4 aperture, both 12MP. The front camera delivers 8MP with f / 1.7 aperture.

A 4,000 mAh battery with 15W fast charging technology keeps the Note 9 on. In software, this handset runs the Android Pie-based OneUI interface.

Source: SamMobile



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