Samsung starts testing the One UI 2.1 firmware (ETE1) for the Galaxy S9

Samsung has already confirmed that the One UI 2.1 update is coming to the Galaxy S9, S9+, and Galaxy Note 9 in June 2020. As reported previously, the company already started testing One UI 2.1 for the Galaxy Note 9. Now, the company has also started testing the One UI 2.1 for the Galaxy S9 devices.

According to a new report, Samsung is currently testing firmware version G960NKSU3ETE1 for the Galaxy S9, we currently do not have information about the firmware version for the Galaxy S9+. In the software version, the letter E (4th from the right side) indicates that this is a big update.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 in South Korea is currently running the software version G960NKSU3DTC5. It is expected that the next update will bring some major changes.

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Samsung’s One UI 2.1 comes with many new features, but we have to wait to see the included features for the official changelog.

Samsung recently rolled out One UI 2.1 for the Galaxy A51 without some useful features. It comes with features like AR Emoji, new Gallery app, Quick Share, Music Share, and an improved Samsung Keyboard. Sadly, it missed some useful camera features like Single Take, My Filters, Night HyperLpase mode, Pro Mode video, Live Captions, and AR Zone.

Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Flex with the One UI 2.1 in February 2020. After the official launch, the company already updated the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S10 series, and some other devices to One UI 2.1 in March and April.

You can check here the complete features of One UI 2.1.

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