A new software update is rolling out to the Galaxy Note 9 (Review) that not only brings the June security patch but also a dedicated Night mode in the camera app. The Galaxy S10 series were the first to receive the Night mode feature via an update and Samsung has since pushed it out to the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and now the Galaxy Note 9, thereby covering last year's flagships as well.
The software update version N960FXXU3CSF9 is currently rolling out to Galaxy Note 9 units in Germany and it weighs around 704MB. As per the changelog posted by Galaxy Club, the biggest addition is the dedicated long-exposure mode added to the Galaxy Note 9's camera app. The Night mode feature will allow users to capture brighter and clearer photos in low-light conditions.
Additionally, the Galaxy Note 9 will also get a new QR-code scanner that is said to come to the Galaxy S9 soon as well. The QR scanner will be found in the camera settings after updating the device and will also work automatically in normal Photo mode when pointing the camera at a QR code.
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