Samsung has endowed the year before last year’s Galaxy Note 9 with some of the features of modern flagships through the update to One UI 2.5

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Samsung has endowed the year before last year’s Galaxy Note 9 with some of the features of modern flagships through the update to One UI 2.5

After rolling out One UI 2.5 for the Galaxy S20 and S10 family, Samsung has begun updating the Galaxy Note 9, the flagship smartphone of 2018. One UI 2.5 for the Galaxy Note 9 is still based on Android 10 but comes with the October Google Security Patch.

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Samsung note 9

The fresh update brings a number of new features to the Note 9 that was first introduced with the Galaxy S20 smartphones earlier this year. Among them, support for gesture control in third-party applications, wireless DeX mode, Single Take function, thanks to which, after a single press of the camera shutter button, the device takes a series of shots in different modes, allowing the user to choose the best shot. In addition, the Pro Video function has been added, which allows flexible adjustment of video shooting parameters, and the proprietary Samsung on-screen keyboard has been improved.

It’s good to see the Korean company rolling out major updates for its flagship device two years after its release. Clouding the picture is that this update is likely to be the last for the smartphone. Although Samsung will release security updates for Note 9 for another year, the device will no longer receive new versions of One UI and Android.

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