The moderator for Galaxy Note software in charge at Samsung community has finally spoken on the One UI 2.1 version for Galaxy Note 9. The moderator finally answered to the post of user & said the company is testing One UI 2.1 for Note 9. He/she hasn’t mentioned when it will come, but it is good that the update will launch for this 2018’s flagship smartphone. Since the first post, when the user posted the screenshot of his conversation that Note 9 will not get this update, many users were disappointed. Now, the moderator said itself so you can take the word with you.
In the answer, the official said, One UI 2.1 included with camera features of Galaxy S20 and some other essential elements that may affect on Note 9’s performance. It is the reason Samsung is testing it slowly, so it doesn’t impact on the overall quality of the product. The moderator again said the update will release when the team thinks it is the stable version, which may take some time to build the stable firmware.
Here is the translation of the answer given by the moderator.
The One Ui 2.1 update is a new application, including the camera applied to the latest products such as the S20. It is not applied because it is judged that it is difficult to guarantee optimal performance in the Note 9 situation. However, we are doing our best to listen to customer’s voices more and make better products, and we are currently checking and applying the features that can be added with One UI 2.1. Please note that the response is late due to a careful review process to provide a positive response. We will do our best to prepare and provide stable software. Thank You.
If this is true, then we can see the most waiting software version on the Galaxy Note 9 in the coming weeks or months. The response is only for Galaxy Note 9, so there is no word about the release for Galaxy S9/S9+. We have to wait for a while to hear about the release for Galaxy S9 from the official team. The One UI 2.1 version is now running on Galaxy S10 & Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones in most of the countries.
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