US unlocked Galaxy Note 9 Pie update is rolling out
We know that many of you have been waiting for the release of the US unlocked Galaxy Note 9 Pie update. The wait finally ends for you today. Samsung has started rolling out the latest iteration of Android to unlocked models of its flagship phablet in the United States.
The unlocked Galaxy Note 9 is receiving its Pie update a month after carrier-locked units got it. AT&T released it last month followed by Sprint. T-Mobile released it for the Galaxy Note 9 last week while Verizon is doing it today.
US unlocked Galaxy Note 9 Pie update
We have seen reports from multiple users that the US unlocked Galaxy Note 9 Pie update is finally rolling out in the country. For those keeping an eye out, it’s firmware version N960U1UEUCSB3. It’s rolling out over-the-air and is also available for download from our firmware section. The update weighs just under 1.7GB and brings the February 2019 security patch.
All of the features that are part and parcel of Android Pie are included in this major update. That’s in addition to One UI, which is Samsung’s new user interface for its devices. Do check out our One UI video demo to find out more and follow the One UI feature focus series to learn about all of the new features.
Samsung is rolling out the US unlocked Galaxy Note 9 Pie update over-the-air. It may take a while for the firmware to go live for all users. You can check for the update manually by going to the Software update section of the Settings app.