Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now getting a new software update in South Korea which comes with a major One UI 2.5 upgrade for your device and installs the latest security patch released in October 2020 to keep your device secure against threats.
According to the information, this new firmware update comes with build version N960NKSU3FTJ4 and weighs around 652MB. It brings the latest stable version of the One UI, One UI 2.5.
The One UI 2.5 adds lots of new features like Samsung DeX, new Wi-Fi measurements as Very Fast, Fast, Normal, or Slow. The bitmoji Stickers are now supported on Always On Display, a new feature has been added to the keyboard search that allows you to search YouTube, and added Split Keyboard support for Landscape mode.
A new Pro Video function has been improved to provide you better video shooting experience. Adding to this a new feature has been added in Messages that lets you call a person who is saved as a pre-configured SOS message contact.
The Galaxy Note 9 has already received the One UI 2.5 before a few days in international markets as well as in the U.S.
Here’s how to check software update for your Samsung Galaxy Note 9
If you haven’t received the notification to upgrade on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9, then you can always check for the OTA update manually by following the below steps.
Settings > About Phone > Software updates > Check for updates.