Just twenty days ago, we informed you that the administrators of the South Korean Samsung support site mentioned a list of phones that should receive an update to One UI 2.1. This latest version of the popular superstructure had already at the launch of the Galaxy S20 series and also a flexible phone Z Flip. According to the website, it should have been received by older flag phones. Specifically, the Samsung Galaxy S10, Note10, S9 and Note 9. However, the same page now came up with that the last two will not be affected. The Galaxy S9 and Note 9, the 2018 phones, are unlucky and will not get an update to One UI 2.1.
A few hours ago, information appeared on the same site, but from another business representative. In the future, the update could theoretically occur for these devices despite this message, but now we do not see it very happily. Mainly considering Samsung's currently set ceiling for backward updates. While a few days ago then shone for the owners of the “nine” flagship of hope, he's officially gone now. The question is, of course, how much it would be for Galaxy S9 and Note 9 upgrade to One UI 2.1 essential. Some software innovations are tied to the latest hardware, so we can clearly exclude switching to the 120Hz display frequency and back. On the contrary, it was expected to be made available Zoom the screen or technology support Quick Share for easy file transfer between phones. The last add-on also has several new shooting and filming features.
Do you have a “nine” Samsung? Have you been looking forward to One UI 2.1?