Samsung has been improving its software experience during all these years. From the olden days of TouchWiz UI, and Grace UI to OneUI 2.1. The latest Samsung smartphones i.e. the Galaxy S20 series comes with the OneUI 2.1 on top of Android 10. The brand is pushing updates constantly from last six months for its devices to improve the updates. Recently, Samsung rolled out OneUI 2.1 for its older flagship Galaxy Note 9 to the users of EU, and Canada.
Now the brand has started rolling out OneUI 2.1 on top of Android 10 for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Those who don’t know about Sprint, it is a telecom brand of T-Mobile.
It was posted by a user in Reddit along with the screenshot. The screenshot reveals that the update weighs over 1010MB, and with June 2020 patch. As you know, the update comes as an OTA and will be rolled out to the eligible devices. It comes with the build number ETF3. However, the changelog for the device isn’t available now. As it is not posted by Samsung officials in their tracker.
Samsung also brings every new feature to the Galaxy Note 9 with the OneUI 2.1. Sprint is the second device to get the update in the US after T-Mobile. Although, T-Mobile users have reported that after the update they’re facing severe display issues. Samsung will soon push the update to other carriers, and in other countries as well.