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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Gets Stable Android 10 Operating System

Samsung has been active for Android 10 deployment this year. Not only it is ahead of schedule, but it has already completed the update of the stable Android 10 for some of its flagship smartphones. Now, the company is rolling updates for the Galaxy Note 9. The OS update also includes the security patch for the December 2019. The update comes with software version N960FXXU4DSLB.

The only weird thing about the update is its conditional availability. The Galaxy S9 received a One UI 2.0 update that bumped it up to the yet-to-announced January 2020 security patch. The update is available for only a limited number of users who enrolled in Samsung’s Android 0 One UI 2.0 beta. The size of the current update is only 100 MB whereas, a full Android 10 update usually weighs in around 2GB.

So far, the update is only available for beta users located in India and the UK. But it is expected to reach out to the other parts of the world soon. Android 10 beta users can get a stable Android 10 update by going into the settings app. Then tap into Software update menu > Download > Install. The One UI 2.0 update brings all the standard Android 10 features such as a system-wide dark mode, full-screen gestures, smoother animations, customized system icons and colors, biometric data, simplified operation, one-hand operation, improved interaction, and innovation in multimedia.

The update isn’t focused on performance, rather it is mostly designed and interface changes with digital wellbeing and Google’s navigation gestures slapped on top. The Galaxy S9 will be the second device to get a stable Android 10 update in the next week or so. Those of you who didn’t participate in the beta program and running the old OS Android Pie should get the Android 10 update in a week or so.

One UI 2.0 update brings all the standard Android 10 features such as a system-wide dark mode, full-screen gestures, smoother animations, customized system icons and colors, biometric data, simplified operation, one-hand operation, improved interaction, and innovation in multimedia.
The update isn’t focused on performance, rather it is mostly designed and interface changes with digital wellbeing and Google’s navigation gestures slapped on top. The Galaxy S9 will be the second device to get a stable Android 10 update in the next week or so. Those of you who didn’t participate in the beta program and running the old OS Android Pie should get the Android 10 update in a week or so.

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