Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets Android 9 Pie in China


South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, announced today that the Chinese version of the Galaxy Note 9 has started receiving a One UI update based on Android 9 Pie. This update is 1681.51MB large and it also comes with the February security patch.

This recent update comes with an upgrade for Samsung keyboard, information screen reminder, settings menu, Samsung Dex and Bixby. Other redesigned and updated aspect of the update are contacts, camera, my files, Samsung Health, etc. There are other improvements, including picking up the phone to wake up the screen, HEIF image format support, and more.

Samsung announced the new One UI at the SDC 2018 Developer Conference last year. Mainly optimized visually, the style is more concise. The new update will introduce a brand new gestures navigation system, which ensures that one-handed usage is easier. With the advent of taller displays and foldable smartphones, Samsung wants to deliver a solid experience for this range of devices with its proprietary software. The Pie update also introduces the highly-requested Dark Mode, Digital Wellbeing and Adaptive Battery. The Android 9 Pie update arrived this smartphone in the UK at the end of January and most units already have the Pie update.

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1 Comment

  1. Rio Bravo
    October 26, 2019

    I have owned my Note 9 for a year now and it remains a dynamo of a device. It is the last all inclusive, no holds barred, full-featured Note. The recent software updates have ported many features found on the newer 10 series models including night camera mode and improved camera capabilities, handwriting to text, the ability to export notes to Word/Pdf and the upcoming upgrade to Android 10. These improvements have supported the decision of many Note 9 owners not to trade in their devices for the Note 10/10 + which many found lacking.