Samsung is now starting to roll out the third Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta version for Galaxy Note 9 users. The latest software version means to fix many issues and boosts user experience. The firmware N960FXXU4ZSL7 is released and currently rolling out in India & the firmware version N960NKSU3ZSL8 in South Korea. The new version is 395 MB in size and comes with the December security patch. Two weeks ago, in the second beta release, the company had squashed major bugs and stabilized most of the functions. In this rollout, Samsung has fixed the SPen Aircommand translation issue, as SPen is the essential part of any Note series device.
The mobile hotspot connection now stabilizes and the issue while using Samsung Pass has also been solved. The other fixes come to Iris recognition for Secure Folder is failed & FC occurs while editing LED icons. The Secure Folder problem was in all beta versions of most of the smartphone, but Samsung always fixed in the later releases.
Samsung is now moving fast to upgrade all its smartphones to the latest stable Android 10-based One UI 2.0 version. Till now, Samsung’s this year’s premium smartphones Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy Note 10+ have received the new version. In the mid-range segment, Galaxy M20 & Galaxy M30 are lucky devices to get stable Android 10 updates before any Galaxy A series of smartphones. The roadmap shows Galaxy Note 9 will get stable version in January 2020 but as Samsung’s previous moves, we could see it happen earlier.