Today, Samsung pushed the second version of Android 9.0/One UI update to the Note 8 mobile phone users participating in the test program, the updated version number is N950FXXU5ZSAB, the update is about 705MB, eligible Users can update to the latest version through OTA.
This beta update did not bring design or functional improvements or additions, mainly fixing some of the issues in the first beta. For example, when shooting in slow motion, the camera will flashback; when clicking the viewfinder to focus, there is a problem of blur and out of focus; downloading music or downloading files from the built-in browser fails to detect the microSD card.
In this update, the biggest fix point should be the freeze screen issue. After updating to Android 9.0 beta, when the user enters the PIN code to unlock the phone, there will be a problem with the screen freezing.
However, in this update, Samsung also reminded users that there may be problems with the device reboot when using the curved screen contact panel.
According to the first beta, Samsung added night mode support for Samsung Note 8 in the Android 9.0 beta, and you can see the night mode option by setting -> Display. It should be noted that Samsung also added night mode to the S9 series users in the Android 9.0 beta, but when the official version, Samsung cancelled this feature.