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Galaxy Note 9 update brings camera improvements, including low-light brightness

30 September 2018 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has received a new firmware update which brings improvements to its camera. The firmware version N960FXXU2RI9 weighs 302MB and the changelog reveals what features and enhancements are now coming.

The Galaxy Note 9 has a great camera but some software-based updates that could further enhance the quality are always welcomed.

The update mentions the brightness of faces in backlit conditions has been improved. Also, Day/night HDR control accuracy, low light brightness, and SNR or Signal Noise Ratio has been improved too. So, the owners of the Galaxy Note 9 will definitely appreciate the enhancements.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is highly appreciated for its camera quality and some interesting features. The camera’s intelligent-based feature studies the subject and scene before matching them to 20 presents automatically. Some of the presets to name include landscapes, food, portrait, animals, and more. One of the interesting features also includes the Flaw Detection that prompts the users every time a blurry picture is clicked.

It’s an OTA update which means it will take some time to reach the devices. However, the update is currently rolling out in Germany only. A few days back, Samsung pushed an update to the device that stopped users from accidentally activating the Bixby virtual assistant with inadvertent presses.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is available at Amazon for $ 377. The price/quality is avarage but this is the best device in this price range. To see others 29 offers click here.
(last update 14 December 2019 @ 06:59)



Galaxy Note 9 update brings camera improvements, including low-light brightness
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