It looks like the release of Samsung’s new devices does not mean that the company has forgotten about Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, as a new software update for these smartphones is on its way. Once installed, this update will improve the front camera of the devices and add more protection with the monthly security patch. The “general stability of features” is also listed in the changelog, but for now no one really knows what type of improvements this will bring.
The front camera improvements
For many users of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, the improvements to the front camera are definitely the most important component of the update. The changelog states that taking selfies in places with background lightning will be significantly easier, as the brightness of the faces is set to be improved by the camera software. This will surely allow the users to take better pictures in the daylight, as well as at night, with a lot of lightning.
The October security patch
Another extremely important feature that comes with the update is the October security patch, which is definitely going to improve the level of security on both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. For this fact alone, it is crucial to install this update, otherwise the smartphone could become an easy target for malware or phishing attacks.
According to the changelog, the “general stability of features” is also set to be improved. That’s all we know at the moment and we can only guess that this will fix various bugs and provide more stability to the software.
The recent update has been introduced initially in Germany, having the firmware versions: G960FXXU2BRJ3 for Galaxy S9 and G965FXXU2BRJ3 for Galaxy S9+. All those whose devices have not been updated yet can get the 244MB-weighing file from the database of the source link.
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