Samsung now rolls out Galaxy Note 9 night mode. We understand that many of you looked forward to the Galaxy Note 9 dedicated camera night mode. The update of June 2019 introduced this function to last week’s Galaxy S9/S9 +. It was just a matter of time before it was received by the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung is now rolling out the Galaxy Note 9’s recent monthly update. It features not only the Night Mode, but also the capacity to scan QR codes without Bixby Vision being used.
Galaxy Note 9 Night mode included in the recent update
Samsung rolls out the Galaxy Note 9 firmware version N960FXXU3CSF9. Over-the-air is accessible in Germany and can be accessed from our firmware section as well. The firmware weighs just under 704 MB and includes the June 2019 month’s recent security patch. The changelog mentions also enhanced camera efficiency.
After installing this update on one of our machines, the first thing we checked was whether it brought the Galaxy Note 9 Night mode. We are pleased to say it actually brings the dedicated night mode to the flagship phablet of last year.
Our feeling of the Galaxy S9 night mode was that it operates as well as the Night mode of the Galaxy S10. This will also be the case with the Galaxy Note 9. The camera app also has a QR code scanner built-in. Using Bixby Vision or a third-party QR code scanning app will no longer be needed. Using the camera app itself, the fast switch in the notification shade can be used to scan QR codes.
Samsung has just begun this firmware update rolling out. Before it goes live for customers around the globe, it will be a while. Are you excited to try your Galaxy Note 9 Night mode? In the remarks below, let us know.