The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is all set to get a software update not just featuring the June security patch but it will also feature a dedicated Night Mode in the camera app.
The Galaxy S10 series received the Night Mode feature first through an update and since then Samsung has rolled it out to the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and the Galaxy Note 9 as well thereby extending it to the last year’s flagship.
The software update version N960FXXU3CSF9 is being rolled out to Galaxy Note 9 units in Germany and measures 704MB is size.
A changelog posted by Galaxy Club, reveals that the biggest hit is the dedicated long-exposure mode that has been added to the Galaxy Note 9’s camera app. The night mode feature allows users to get brighter pictures and also ones with better clarity in low-light conditions.
The Galaxy Note 9 will also feature a new QR-code scanner which will be soon available on the Galaxy S9 soon as well. One will get to use the QR scanner in the camera settings once the device is updated and this works automatically in the normal photo mode just by pointing the camera towards a QR code.
Like we stated earlier this update will also feature the June 2019 security patch along with stability and performance improvements. Over the coming days the updates are said to reach India.
The cooling system used in the Samsung notes prevents thermal throttling which usually leads to sluggish performance.
This system was built based on the Samsung Galaxy S7’s water-cooling system; however a few new features were added like a copper layer that would transfer more heat to make the system more efficient.
Samsung’s homegrown A.I. assistant has also seen a major improvement. Samsung was looking forward to showing off at Galaxy Unpacked 2018 the growth of Bixby with its better conversational skills, personalized service, and its more usefulness than before.