The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on AT&T is now receiving a new firmware version in the US. The latest update brings dedicated Night Mode & QR Code scanner features to the camera. The new firmware version N960USQU2CSGA is seeding on Note 9 with July Android security patch and it is 882MB in size. AT&T is the second carrier to receives this massive 882MB update. Internationally, Galaxy Note 9 has received all these features, this is time for US users to get it.
The update also brings Advanced Messaging in the Samsung Messages app, for AT&T postpaid users. It will allow users to send messages up to 10MB and also able to see if person has read your messages. Right now, it is only available for postpaid customers, that they can send messages to other Advanced Messaging capable AT&T postpaid users.
After a few hours, Samsung will unpack Galaxy Note 10 in the special event that gets an even better camera, probably with some advanced features. So its good Samsung is taking care of a year-old model by installing some advanced features, which changes photography on the phone. The dedicated Night Mode function to the camera is one of them and it improves picture quality in the night view and gives extra details. The QR Code scanner is another feature that users can use for Wi-Fi sharing & scan the codes. For the easy use, there is a shortcut in the notification panel for the QR scanner.
AT&T is the first to brings a Night Mode update in the US on the Galaxy S10 series. Last week, Verizon rolled out Night Mode to Note 9 as well as to the Galaxy S9 & S9+ smartphones. T-Mobile, on the other hand, is still behind these all, that none-of its devices has received a Night Mode update. We may see it in the next T-Mobile update, that is, August update. If you are AT&T user in the US then go to Settings on your Galaxy Note 9 and install the update.