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Samsung Galaxy Note9 reportedly starts receiving Stable OneUI 2.0 update

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Samsung started rolling our OneUI 2.0 Beta update to its flagship devices a couple of months ago. Some of them have already started getting a stable update, including S10 series. Now its time for the Galaxy Note 9 series to adopt the stable OneUI 2.0 update based on newly Android 10 operating system. According to some screenshots published in Samsung community forum, the new update arrives with version number N960FXXU4DSLB.

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The update is currently rolling out to those who have participated in the Beta Program. That is the reason the update package only weighs around 100Mb in size. Moreover, the new update brings the latest security patch of December month. Those who didn’t apply for the Beta program and running on older Android 9 Pie should expect this update to be released soon. The provided model number N960F belongs to the global variant; hence, it should be delivered this update in various markets. If you still didn’t get this update, you can manually check by heading to Settings > Software Updates menu.

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Furthermore, OneUI 2.0 comes with various new features borrowed from the latest Android version. The feature called  “alternative look” allows recognising your face even when you change your appearance. It has new in-built screen recorder with three formats available to record the video, including 1080p, 720p, and 480p. One UI 2.0 adds Google Navigation gestures. But the good thing is that they didn’t remove the older Samsung gestures. All the Digital Weibing features are available for parental control, which are now mandatory by Google. All in all, OneUI 2.0 takes the experience to the next level with plenty of improvements over OneUI 1. What are your thoughts? Do let’s know in below comment section!

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