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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 getting One UI 2.1 update

One UI 2.1

T-Mobile has started rolling out the One UI 2.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone users in the US. The latest update brings version number N960USQU4ETF3.

Changelog

It comes with features like Quick Share, Music Share, AR Zone, Live Caption, AR Emoji, dark mode setting, single-take camera features, AI-based camera mode, and much more. Camera

  • Single Take
  • Pro Video
  • AR Zone (Picture Link, updated AR Emoji and Stickers)
  • AR Doodle
  • My Filters
  • Shot Suggestions
  • Selfie Tone
  • Smooth zoom transition
  • Recording with shutter button in Photo mode
  • Swipe down gesture on the shutter button
  • Night Mode on the selfie camera
  • Zooming in Night Mode

Apps

  • My Files – Network Storage
  • Gallery – Quick Crop and Clean View
  • Messages – Categories and custom chat backgrounds
  • Samsung Dex – Snapping windows with the mouse
  • Link to Windows/Your Phone – Shared clipboard

System

  • Quick Share
  • Music Share
  • Deep sleeping apps
  • Changes in few settings pages
  • More screen zoom options
  • Keyboard

New design

  • Better haptic feedback (for example when deleting text)
  • Undo/Redo gestures
  • Spotify and Netflix integration
  • Search, Translate and Samsung Pass was added
  • Changes in Handwriting mode

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the latest member of the Samsung family launched in August 2018 in India. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is an IP68 Certified Android smartphone that functions on the Android 8.1 Operating System and is powered by an Octa-core (2.7 GHz, Quad-core, M3 Mongoose + 1.7 GHz, Quad-core, Cortex A55) processor with 6 GB of RAM. There is a unique fingerprint scanner at the back of the mobile and an Iris scanner at the front for security.

 



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