Samsung Galaxy S9 series is now Receiving the Android 10-based One UI 2.1 update Together with the June 2020 security Limitation.
Users in South Korea have verified receiving the updates via community posts, and allegedly, users in Germany will also be receiving the latest edition of a single UI directly now.The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ obtained the 1 UI 2 update back in January. The phones debuted in 2018 with all the Android 8.1 Oreo-based Samsung Experience UX.
As per a screenshot by a Samsung Galaxy S9 consumer in South Korea, the One UI 2.1 over-the-air (OTA) update carries the firmware G960NKSU3ETF4. Meanwhile, a report from SamMobile suggests that users in Germany are receiving the firmware version G96xFXXU9ETF5.
The system upgrade is 896.15MB in size and carries the June 2020 Android security limitation. The new software iteration provides a host of improved features and improves the overall method of Galaxy S9 phones.
The screenshot of this update on the Samsung Community page highlights updates like AR Zone that puts most of augmented reality features like AR Emoji and AR Doodle in 1 place. Users are also receiving Quick Share and Music Share features that enable users to share documents instantly. The Gallery app and Keyboard app on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are getting new organisational capabilities. Users are also receiving a Quick harvest option for editing”high resolution image” (translated).
The Android 10-based One UI 2.1 update is now available in restricted regions and details about its India availability are anticipated soon. Recently, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite consumers in India began getting the 1 UI 2.1 upgrade. Samsung has also begun rolling out OneUI 2.1 update on Galaxy Notice 9.