Galaxy Note 9 Now Getting Stable Release of Android 10

While Samsung has already updated its 2019 flagship with Android 10, the late-2018 flagship, the Galaxy Note 9 is now getting the stable version of the update. It’s worth noting that the stable update is only rolling out to customers who previously signed up for Samsung’s beta program. The update also includes the company’s One UI 2.0 interface which we’ve seen with the Galaxy Note 10 already.

The update sports the version number N960FXXU4DSLB and comes with a size of 100MB. If you’ve not signed up for the stable release, the update should arrive on your Galaxy Note 9 fairly soon. Samsung has wasted no time in setting up beta programs for its older flagships like the Galaxy Note 9 as well as the Galaxy S9.

For now, the company is expected to announce the Galaxy S11 (also known as the Galaxy S20) in February, while the South Korean manufacturer is also expected to take the wraps off the Galaxy S10 Lite at CES 2020 which kicks off on the 7th of January, 2020, in Las Vegas, Nevada. A recent leak revealed multiple hardware attributes of the Galaxy S10 Lite, revealing that it will be packing a central front camera, a triple camera layout on the back, and an under-display fingerprint scanner among other things.

The company is also expected to launch the Galaxy Note 10 Lite alongside the smartphone, so it’s clear that the company is going to have a busy 2020 ahead, especially the first few months. The manufacturer should also have a wide range of mid-range smartphones planned for the rest of the year.

Source: Samsung

Via: GSM Arena