The latest April 2021 security update is now finally live for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This is one of the last Samsung flagship phones to receive this patch as most recent Samsung Galaxy high-end devices have already received it. This new firmware carries the version N9600ZHS7FUD1 and should be available to all the users within a week at maximum.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be turning 4 this year, making it quite an old flagship phone in 2021. There is a whole lot of other devices released after this one, i.e. Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10 Lite and the Galaxy Note 20 series. There are quite a few rumours that Samsung has no plans on bringing out another Note series device this year, since the last Galaxy S21 came with S-Pen support.
This update is now available in batches for the Galaxy Note 9. One of the first countries where the April 2021 security patch was first released for this device was Germany and South Africa. The last major update to arrive on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be Android 11, scheduled for sometime later this year. But that will be it for the phone. Do not expect Android 12 to be making its way to this phone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 April 2021 security update is being rolled out in batches and will eventually make it to you in a few days. For those who do not want to wait, go to Settings > Software update > Download and install to check for the latest available updates.
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