Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Is Already Getting A Future Security Patch Update

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Samsung has officially announced that it will hold a press conference in New York on August 9th for releasing the new flagship Galaxy Note 9 Smartphone. Recently, I have revealed a lot of information about Samsung Note 9. Today, a well-known leaker Slashleaks exposed another live image of Galaxy Note 9, the content on the screen can be described as very bright.

The Galaxy Note 9 displayed on the leaked image shows the Chinese interface. At the time, the device was installing software updates, but the update included the security patch level shown on August 1, 2018, which can be said to be a security patch from the “future.” The Smartphone model is N960N.

Of course, this has nothing to do with traversal, because Google’s official security patch content is usually prepared in advance for vendors to deploy. However, this is also in line with the upcoming debut of Note 9, Samsung may want to keep its security patches up to date when the phone is released.

According to previous news, this flagship is expected to be equipped with Samsung’s own Exynos processor. According to other previous rumors, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will carry a 6.3-inch screen, equipped with Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810 processor coupled with 6GB/8GB RAM with 512GB internal storage, and it will have 6 different colors black, white, lavender, gray, blue and Brown.

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