Samsung is now distributing One UI 2.1 version for Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. The firmware version N960FXXU5ETF5 is now releasing with the June security patch. It is currently rolling out in Germany, and soon it will hit in South Korea and other regions. As per the previous schedule, the One UI 2.1 version supposed to release next week for both Galaxy S9 & Note 9, so it is a surprise treat from the company. As some customers had a chance to use the new version, it has found out not all the Galaxy S20 features come to Note 9.
The inherited functions from the One UI 2.1 for the old flagship phone are Quick share & Music share. Both features allow you to share files & Bluetooth audio connection with other devices, respectively. The Pro Mode in video recording has made a come back to Note 9. It was previously the part of Galaxy S9 & Note 9; then later, the company removed it for some reason. This year, with Galaxy S20, the feature has returned and now came back to Galaxy Note 9. The Pro Mode & Bixby Routines for video recording will not be the part of the Galaxy S9 series.
In the camera department, Single Take features have introduced to take a series of pictures and videos when you tap the shutter button. The new version also lets you control shutter speed. You can also create custom filers, along with AR Doodle & AR Emoji features. The 1.2 GB One UI 2.1 firmware is available in Germany, and soon it will release in other countries without any delay.