Samsung a renowned South Korean mobile-maker has released an updated version of Galaxy S9 model. The new updated firmware version named G9600ZHU5CSFC, brings many improvements like Camera Night Mode and the QR code scanner that works independent of the Bixby Vision. The new version looks to fix the critical bugs along with an added Android Security Patch for July.
The update is rolled out only in Brazil and is expected to reach other places soon. With the new updated software Samsung Galaxy S9 users can click better night mode pictures and take better selfies. The added background blur comes with 8 intensity levels on screen. Setting live focus mode is another added feature.
The update is being released in batches over-the-air. The users can check their menu settings for the latest update. It is recommended for users to install the new July 2019 Android Security Update version.
In the meantime, Samsung has also released Android 9.0 Pie update for the Galaxy 8 Star. The latest update to the Galaxy A8 Star also brings One UI interface along with June android security patch. It also rolled out the latest Android Pie-based One UI for the older Galaxy J7 Pro.
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