South Korean technology manufacturer Samsung has released a new security patch for the Galaxy Note 9. The package closes the vulnerabilities detected on the device.
Samsung has started releasing a security patch for the Galaxy Note 9. The update was first made available to users in South Korea.
The new firmware version is numbered N960NSU3FUC1. In addition to Google’s bug fixes, Samsung’s March 2021 security patch includes three Exynos 990 processor vulnerabilities and 16 vulnerability fixes for other Galaxy devices. The update will be released in other markets in the coming days.
Let’s remember that the Galaxy Note 9 was released in August 2018 with Android 8.1 Oreo. Since then, it has received two major updates for the Android operating system. Currently, the smartphone runs One UI 2.5 based on Android 10 and receives monthly security patches.