Updated- 3rd May
The update also rolled out in Austria, Cambodia, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Thailand and the United Kingdom all reporting that it’s arrived on their handset.
Samsung is pushing a new software update for Galaxy Note 9 users. The new software update brings April 2019 security patch update and a couple of new features that this update brings to the device which fixes some serious vulnerabilities that affect Samsung’s software.
The new update comes with a new feature in the night mode now users can set a schedule for Night mode, and it is also getting the ability to switch between a narrow and wider field of view when taking selfies.
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Now users can take a selfie in wide mode, it set 68 degrees by default and can be changed to the full 80-degree field of view with a tap on the toggle switch that resides above the shutter button.
The new update comes with software version N960FXXU2CSDE and the size of the update is 518.45MB. The update is currently rolling in Germany later in other countries.
If you are still waiting, you can download the newest update build by going into Settings > Software updates and tapping on “Download updates manually”.