Samsung has released a new Android 10 beta for the Galaxy Note9. The update doesn’t bring along any new features but squashes a few bugs affecting mobile hotspot connectivity, iris recognition, and S-Pen Air Command feature.
The new firmware, sporting version number N960FXXU4ZSL7, weighs around 400MB in size and is currently seeding in India. But it should begin rolling out in the UK and South Korea soon.
The Galaxy Note9 is slated to receive the stable build of Android 10 starting next month, but we may see it roll out before January since the company has said it’s focusing on squashing bugs and releasing a stable version instead of adding any new features to the beta.