Samsung continues to add more and more of its devices to the March 2021 security patch list. Earlier today, Galaxy Note 9 users have started receiving the latest security update in South Korea.
The latest update can be identified by firmware version N960NKSU3FUC1. As per the information, the update has been released for unlocked and carrier variants (KT and SKT) of the Galaxy Note 9 in South Korea. It is currently rolling out in batches and will reach other regions very soon.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users in South Korea who have not received the latest build yet can manually check the status by heading to Settings >> Software update.
The smartphone was launched back in 2018 with Android 8.1 Oreo and later it received two major OS upgrades. As a result, Galaxy Note 9 is currently running Android 10. But, it is not eligible for Android 11. However, the company is regularly updating the device with the latest security patches.
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