Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 was announced officially on August 9 and now just 8 days after company rolling out the first software update to its new galaxy flagship Note 9. Now users can select the recording time (0.2 second or 0.4 seconds) in super slow motion mode. The device can record video at 960 fps using both the recording option. While the Galaxy S9/S9+ users cannot use the 0.2-second super slow-mo recording.
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The update also includes August 2018 security patch. The software version of this update is N960FXXU1ARH5, and the size of the update is 270.06MB.
If you want to check manually just tap on Setting > Software update.
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