Samsung released an Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy Note9 on New Year's Eve. The update was only rolling to beta users but was later expanded to non-beta users as well in a few countries.
Now, the Korean tech giant is seeding the Android 10 update for its 2018 Galaxy Note flagship in the US. But, it's only rolling out to the devices locked to US Cellular, Xfinity Mobile, Spectrum Mobile, and Comcast's networks.
The new firmware sports version number N960USQU3DTA4 but it might differ depending on your carrier. The update includes the January 2020 Android security patch and comes with improved Digital Wellbeing and Focus Mode, and a native screen recorder.
The build also comes with Google's navigation gestures as well as Link to Windows integration for Microsoft's Your Phone Companion app.
The update is rolling out over the air and should reach your Galaxy Note9 in a few days. But if you can't wait for the update prompt to pop-up on your device, you can check for it manually by heading to the Settings > Software updates menu.
I don't know mate. I have Note 10+ and I'm very happy with it. No issues. Work well. I even use it for graphics rendering on the go. Powerhouse.
It came to Europe 3 weeks back android 10 for Note 9. Then another update to improve battery.