Samsung Galaxy Note9’s new Software update Fixes the HDR issue on Camera


Samsung has never been so good when it comes to updating their old Android smartphones. Now, look at the software update track for the Galaxy S9 series after the launch of the Galaxy Note9. The Samsung Galaxy S9 never received a significant update after releasing the Galaxy Note9. With that said, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 has already received two significant updates that include the fix for Bixby and the Super Slow-mo mode. Further, the Galaxy Note9 is now receiving its third software update to improve the camera experience substantially.

Samsung Galaxy Note9 HDR Camera update

For now, the update is available for the Germany users only. The update arrives in the form of OTA and has build number N960FXXU2ARI9 and weighs in at 302MB. Besides that, the changelog list is all about the camera improvements on the smartphone. Samsung has now ironed out the HDR issues on the Note9, that was a major let down on this smartphone. Before the update, a lot of consumers were suffering from HDR issues, where some parts of the image were underexposed. Besides that, the Galaxy Note9 users can now notice some changes in low-light photography with this update.

The new camera update has new Signal-to-Noise Ratio algorithm, and you can see a few improvements in the auto mode of the camera application.

This new update is right available for Germany only, and it will soon be available for the rest of the markets. So, how’s your camera experience with the Galaxy Note9? Do let us know in the comments section below.