Galaxy Note 9 first update brings toggle for 0.2s and 0.4s Super Slow-mo recording

First unveiled a couple of days back, the Galaxy Note 9  hasn’t even arrived the doorstep of those that immediately pre-ordered the device, yet, the Korean giant has already prepared an update that will hit the device on first boot.

The Galaxy Note 9 update comes in the form of software version N960FXXU1ARH5, its only about 270MB and doesn’t come with a whole lot of changelog. The Note already had the August security update out of the box, so the latest update only addresses major camera update. As reported by Sammobile, the latest update bring to the Galaxy Note 9 a most wanted feature that is yet to even hit the Galaxy S9, even though they both have similar camera configuration. Precisely, the update adds a toggle in the Super Slow-mo camera mode to allow users to record either 0.2-second or 0.4-second moments in manual mode.

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you should be prompted with the update as soon as your newly booted Galaxy Note is connected, otherwise, you can check for the update from Settings > Software update if you do not receive a download prompt.

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