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Galaxy S9, Note 9 got One UI 2.1 in dozens of markets, more to follow

Samsung had begun the One UI 2.1 rollout for the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and the Galaxy Note 9 roughly two weeks ago, with Germany being the first market in which the 2018 flagships got the highly-anticipated update. Thankfully, the rollout was without issues, and over the past few days the update continued to expand its reaches to numerous other markets.

The One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy Note 9 and S9 series is now available in dozens of countries across multiple continents world-wide, including various European countries as well as parts of Africa and Asia.

You still haven’t received One UI 2.1? You should soon

Samsung is seemingly rolling out the One UI 2.1 update for the Galaxy S9 series and Galaxy Note 9 at a steady pace. With that in mind, if you haven’t already received it yet, you should soon. Make sure you keep an eye on your notifications, or check our firmware archive for manual downloads.

We could try to list every country that already made the jump to One UI 2.1, however, the easier way for our readers to verify if One UI 2.1 is available in their countries is to hit the following links and check our firmware archive for the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Note 9. SamMobile offers free firmware downloads and Premium users get faster downloads among other benefits.

If you’re wondering if One UI 2.1 is worth the wait, know that the update introduces a ton of new features to the 2018 flagships, from Quick Share to Single Take, My Filters, AR Zone, AR Emoji and AR Doodle, as well as Music Share to name a few. Pro video recording is also included in the package.

Have you received One UI 2.1 yet or does it continue to dodge your Galaxy S9/Note 9? If you did get the update, join us in the comment section and share your favorite new features. And if you haven’t received the update yet, let us know.

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