Samsung rolling out the One UI 2.1 update with June 2020 patch for Samsung Galaxy Note 9

One UI 2.1

The new Galaxy Note 9 has much the same hardware and cameras as the Galaxy S9 Plus. The main thing that sets the Galaxy Note 9 apart is its S Pen, which now has added Bluetooth connectivity and can be used as a single-button Bluetooth remote control. Samsung’s Experience UI is highly customized but feels smooth and natural to use, with several thoughtful ways to use the S Pen. This phone is a bit too large and heavy, but it has a huge 6.4-inch screen with curved edges and a 4000mAh battery that could last you up to two days. The cameras are great, and Samsung’s app gives you a lot to play with. If you want to spend this much money and can live with the bulk, the Galaxy Note 9 delivers a top-class experience.

Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 2.1 update with June 2020 patch for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone users in European countries. The latest update brings version number N960FXXU5ETF5 and the size of this update is around 1250MB.


One UI 2.1 brings relatively few changes and some new features. Some of the One UI 2.1 features depend on the newer hardware, such as the option to use the 120Hz display refresh rate.

  • Quick Share
  • Music Share
  • Camera zoom option
  • Single take
  • Night Hyper Lapse Mode
  • Shutter Button:
  • Display setting – dark mode setting
  • Apply dark mode to wallpapers
  • AR zone
  • Smart selfie angle
  • Live caption
  • Quick Crop
  • Screen mode
  • Pro video mode
  • Resize image
  • Clean View
  • My Filters
  • Selfie tone
  • AR Emoji

Note – The update starts rolling out in European countries. The update should soon be available in other markets.


  • Display: 6.40-inch (1440×2960)

  • RAM: 6GB

  • Storage: 128GB

  • OS: Android 8.1

  • Rear Camera: 12MP

  • Front Camera: 8MP

  • Battery: 4000mAh


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