- Samsung is improving the Galaxy Note 9’s camera through a new OTA.
- The update focuses on low-light shooting with the Samsung flagship.
- Expect superior brightness in low-light, brighter faces, and less noise.
The 302MB OTA, firmware version N960FXXU2ARI9, comes with the September 1 security patch and includes specific upgrades like brighter faces when the subjects are backlit, less noise in low light shots, and better brightness in low-light.
Samsung also says it has improved the day/night HDR control accuracy.
The Note 9’s snapper is regarded as one of the best smartphone cameras ever, and we found lots to enjoy when we first got our hands on the unit and wrote our Galaxy Note 9 camera review. From here on out, it should be an even stronger force to be reckoned with.
We haven’t spotted this update in the U.S. but we’ll let you know when we do. If you see it sooner, give us heads-up in the comments.
Up next: Galaxy Note 9 battery review
September 28, 2018 at 03:11AM