Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy Note9 in Germany. The update brings some of the features from the Galaxy S20 series to the device including Pro Video mode.
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Samsung is reportedly testing the One UI 2.1 update for the Note9, as firmware versions have been spotted. The list of features that will make it to the device is currently unknown.
Samsung Galaxy Note9 users have taken to the forums to report display coloration and resolution issues after installing the March 2020 update. The company is yet to respond to the reports.
Hours before the unveiling of the Galaxy Note10, carriers are still pressing on with updating the previous Note9 flagship which in this instance brings native Night mode and QR scanning.
Samsung has begun rolling out its One UI update to stable Galaxy S9 and Note9 devices running Android Oreo, in India and South Korea. It is reportedly also heading to more regions.
A few days after rolling out the stable Android Pie update to the Galaxy S9 range, Samsung is now pushing the third and last One UI beta update (based on Pie) to the Galaxy Note9 in India and the U.S.
Although it seems almost certain that the S8, S8+ and Note8 will get the Android Pie update, a spokesperson for Samsung has thrown doubt on whether they will be eligible for One UI.
Samsung really wants you to buy its latest flagship phones. The company is offering to give you as much as two times the value of your current phone if you trade it in for a Galaxy Note9 or S9.
About a month following the launch of its latest flagship, Samsung is hoping to attract a few more customers with a couple of new color models coming to the United States next month.
A review by DisplayMate has revealed that once again, the display that comes with Apple's latest and greatest smartphone has toppled its counterpart found in Samsung's Galaxy Note9.
It didn't take long but bxActions, the button remapping tool for Galaxy devices, has now been updated with support for Bixby 2.0. This means that Galaxy Note9 owners can now remap the Bixby button.
If you're just unwrapping your Galaxy Note9, you might be in for a shock. As it stands now, Samsung has made it so that Bixby cannot be disabled, meaning you will have to get comfortable with it.
The latest flagship smartphone and smartwatch from Samsung are now available to buy from the company's website. A new commercial for the Note9 has also been released for the occasion.
Sometimes, spending $1249.99 on a smartphone just isn't enough. If that sounds like you, then you'll want to immediately order this Samsung Galaxy Note9 that comes encased in one kilogram of gold.
DisplayMate, a website known for its in-depth screen analyses, has said that Samsung's new Galaxy Note9 handset currently - and predictably - possesses the best smartphone screen you can get.
Samsung announced its Galaxy Note9 and while it has yet to reach consumers, someone has already deconstructed it. The exposed innards show its new construction, along with some key parts.
Samsung has released several new videos that show off some of the features of the recently announced Galaxy Note9. The firm gives details about the camera, S Pen, battery, DeX, and more.
Samsung unveiled Galaxy Home, its first smart speaker powered by its own digital assistant Bixby at its Unpacked event today. The firm will share more details at its developer conference this year.
It looks like an alleged source that is close to a Samsung representative has spilled the beans, offering up some new information regarding the upcoming Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy Watch.
According to a 30-second video accidentally published by Samsung's New Zealand arm, it seems that the Galaxy Note9 may indeed pack 512GB of onboard storage and support for 512GB microSD cards.
Samsung's Unpacked event is just a couple weeks away and a new rumor has popped up, stating that the Galaxy Note9 will have the ability to record longer videos when shooting at 960fps.
Rumor suggests that the Galaxy Note9, expected to be unveiled on August 9, might launch with a 512GB internal storage variant that costs a staggering €1,250. The base-tier 64GB might not be offered.
A newly leaked render reveals what could be the lilac purple variant of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note9, offering a first unofficial glimpse of how that color option looks on the phablet.
Samsung could be planning to merge the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note line-up of smartphones in order to introduce a single segment to reach more customers and to reduce production costs.
The plans to make Bixby mainstream seems to be one of the major checkpoints in Samsung's agenda. Samsung could launch a smart speaker running Bixby 2.0 at the Unpacked event on August 9th.
A few weeks before the announcement of the Galaxy Note9, a new leak has surfaced that shows off the phone in full. The image shows off the front and rear of the handset, along with the S Pen.
We are only a few weeks away from the official unveiling of the Galaxy Note9. But prior to that, new images have been leaked, showing us the front and rear of the handset, albeit with some damage.
If this new image is legitimate, Samsung will have a new design on the rear of its Galaxy Note9. The handset will have the fingerprint reader repositioned, solving many people's gripes from last year.
It looks like an official render of the Galaxy Note9 has found its way online, a month in advance of Samsung's Unpacked event that is scheduled for August 9. The phone looks similar to the Note8.
Samsung has sent out invites for its Galaxy UNPACKED event on August 9 where it will be unveiling a new member of the "premium Galaxy family," which is likely going to be the Note9.
Fresh renders indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Note9 will be equipped with a fingerprint sensor located below the rear camera module in a horizontal orientation, a major leap from the Galaxy Note8.
According to rumors, Samsung might be looking to launch its upcoming Galaxy Note9 with a whopping 8GB of RAM and 512GB internal storage. However, there's no word if this variant will come to the U.S.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note device is going to ship with an in-display fingerprint scanner, according to sources familiar with the topic. The suggestion further corroborates a previous report.
While Bixby has been far from a success in the digital assistant space, that hasn't stopped Samsung from working on its second iteration to be released in conjunction with the Galaxy Note9 this year.