Samsung has already pushed an update to the Samsung Galaxy Note9. Of course, the majority of folks who have one in possession is the media (present company included). We’ve not yet seen the update arrive on our international Galaxy Note9, so it looks like the first ones to get it might be North American Snapdragon variants. Either that, or we simply haven’t received the notification yet.
The update includes a toggle to switch between two Super Slow-mo capture modes. You can shoot either 0.2s of 960fps or you can go for 0.4s of 480fps in manual mode. On the flip side, auto mode detects movement in a box and automatically triggers when to capture at Super Slow-mo.
The OTA notification shows a version number of N960FXXU1ARH5 and the release notes also mention performance tweaks, general software stability and bug fixes.
The Galaxy Note9 will be officially available next week on August 24.
There are a bunch of features that are a bit iOS like, and is not stable. Possibly needs a few updates. I seriously do see why Samsung owners don't care.