Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus start receiving update for One UI 2.1 interface
And finally, Samsung is starting to make available the update that allows the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus line top models to be renewed for the One UI 2.1 interface, where several features have been adapted and implemented to give better usability of the flagships.
This update had already been the subject of rumors several times, and last week the South Korean manufacturer had promised to send the new software to users, fulfilling it a few hours ago in certain regions of Europe and in their homeland, causing that users in Korea and Germany are the first recipients.
The sending of One UI 2.1 is being carried out in conjunction with the update of the security package for the month of June through the firmware that meets the codes G96xFXXU9ETF5 and G96xNKSU3ETF4. From now on, whoever owns the line tops launched in 2018 will be able to take advantage of the Quick Share file sharing feature.
On the photographic side, the pro mode for filming is again available for smartphones, in addition to the Single Take tool, which makes use of Artificial Intelligence to be able to identify the best capture based on images recorded between 3 and 10 seconds, not to mention other news that only analyzing the cell phone in depth to identify.
It is worth remembering that, for the time being, One UI 2.1 is only available in Germany, and can be distributed to other European countries during this week. There is still no information about the date of arrival, but it is important to always keep an eye, little can happen of the notification of new file for download via OTA does not appear.
To update your phone to the latest version of the interface, just go to Settings> Software updates> Download and install. If no updates are found, it will be necessary to wait a little longer for the region where the device is located to be graced with these news.
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